uterine cancer : Symptoms and Treatment
There are two types of uterine cancer, endometrial cancer, and uterine sarcoma. In which endometrial cancer is more common. Endometrial cancer begins in the endometrium (the inner lining of your uterus). Endometrial cancer also has two types first one is Type 1 endometrial cancers are less aggressive and usually don’t spread to other tissues quickly. Second Type 2 endometrial cancers are more aggressive. Whenever Uterine sarcoma develops in the myometrium, the muscle wall of the uterus. Generally, Uterine sarcomas are very rare. Most uterine cancers develop after age 50. There is no exact cause of uterine cancer. Symptoms of Uterine cancer are Vaginal bleeding or spotting postmenopause, Vaginal bleeding between periods before menopause, Lower abdominal pain or cramping in the pelvis, just below your belly, Thin white or clear vaginal discharge in postmenopausal conditions, and Extremely prolonged, heavy or frequent vaginal bleeding after 40 years age.