Uterine Cancer: Symptoms and Signs
There is one characteristic symptom of uterine cancer. It is a pathologic bleeding from the vagina. However, not all women with abnormal bleeding have cancer.
Bleeding can begin as a mild bleeding in combination with some rheuma. Then, it becomes abundant. In general, women having uterine cancer got through the climacterical period, thus, vaginal bleedings should seem abnormal.
If women did not get through climacterical period, the abnormal character of vaginal bleeding involves the following:
- painful menstruation;
- additional vaginal bleedings apart from ordinary menses.
There are also less indicative symptoms as pain in the lower part of abdomen or pain while sex.
As soon as uterine cancer comes to a more advanced phase, additional symptoms can appear.
They are the following:
- sensations of pain in the back, legs or pelvis;
- lack of appetite;
- undue fatigability;