|What is the uterine cancer symptom?|
Cancer cells that spread to other parts of the body are called metastases. The first sign that a malignant tumor has spread (metastasized) is often swelling of nearby lymph nodes, but cancer can spread to almost any part of the body. Cancer that starts in the uterus but spreads to the liver is called uterine cancer with liver metastases. There are several symptom for uterine cancer includes:
- Abnormal bleeding from the vagina.
The women with uterine cancer at early stages have one predominant symptom that is abnormal uterine bleeding. Bleeding is abnormal in a pre-menopausal woman if it occurs at unusual times. In postmenopausal women, any uterine bleeding is abnormal. There are usually no other symptoms or warning signs in early uterine cancer. More advanced uterine cancers can cause pelvic pain, weight loss, bloating and swelling of the abdomen (lower stomach area).
- Unusual vaginal discharge.
Vaginal discharge is normal for every woman. However, the heavy discharge or uncontrolled can cause a person uncomfortable. One sign of uterine cancer is unusual vaginal discharge. Most patients with this disease have this problem at first. Usually these symptoms occur at early stages of uterine cancer.
- Pain during sex.
If unusual pain during sexual intercourse on a regular basis, please consult for advice. One of the symptoms of uterine cancer is painful during sex intercourse. Usually these symptoms experienced by those before menopause.
- Pain and pressure in the pelvic area.
Pressure on the pelvic is also one symptom of uterine cancer. This is because cancer cells have spread to the pelvic. Usually they can be symptoms of this at a critical stage as stage 3 and 4.