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Uterine Cancer

Uterine Cancer - Symptoms

The main clinical sign is abnormal vaginal bleeding (e.g. post menopausal bleeding, irregular menstrual bleeding, menorrhagia) or vaginal discharge and occasionally pelvic pain.

Although there may be other reasons that can cause vaginal bleeding, such as cervix infection or trauma, you should seek early medical attention. Many cancers of the uterus and cervix do present with bleeding. If detected and treated early, there is a higher chance of cure.

Uterine Cancer - How to prevent?

Uterine Cancer - Preparing for surgery

Uterine Cancer - Post-surgery care

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