What Does Uterine Cancer Feel Like?

What is the first sign of uterine cancer?

Early warning signs of uterine cancer

Unusual vaginal discharge that does not have signs of blood. Difficult or painful urination. Pain during intercourse. Pain and/or a mass in the pelvic area.

Is uterine cancer slow growing?

Type 1 and type 2 endometrial cancer

They are generally slow growing and less likely to spread. Type 2 cancers include uterine serous carcinomas and clear cell carcinomas. These cancers are not linked to excess oestrogen. They are generally faster growing and more likely to spread.

What are the symptoms of uterine sarcoma?

What are the signs and symptoms of uterine sarcoma?

  • Unusual bleeding from the vagina that is not related to menstrual periods, or that happens after menopause.
  • A mass (lump or growth) in the vagina.
  • Pain in the abdomen.
  • Feeling full at all times.
  • Having to urinate often.

Is ovarian or uterine cancer worse?

Ovarian cancer is less common than endometrial cancer, but it is a more deadly type of cancer. More women die from ovarian cancer than all other forms of gynecologic cancer combined. Unlike endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer is often not detected until it has already spread to other parts of the body.