It’s important to be aware of any pain or bleeding that is out of the ordinary and discuss this with your gynecologist or another healthcare provider. The symptoms of endometrial cancer are similar to symptoms of several non-cancerous conditions. Whether it’s cancer or something else, it’s important that you don’t wait too long to see a doctor. Treatments can be more effective when given sooner, especially for cancer.
Take note of these endometrial cancer symptoms:
- Vaginal bleeding or discharge not related to menstruation (periods)
- Vaginal bleeding after menopause
- Difficult or painful urination
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Pain in the pelvic area