What color is your uterus?
Normal uterine cavity: smooth endometrium, in pale red color without abnormal blood vessel.
Is endometrial cancer aggressive?
Grades 1 and 2 endometrioid cancers are type 1 endometrial cancers. Type 1 cancers are usually not very aggressive and they don’t spread to other tissues quickly. Type 1 endometrial cancers are thought to be caused by too much estrogen.
Does uterine cancer have a smell?
Other signs and symptoms of uterine cancer include: unusual vaginal discharge, which can be foul-smelling, pus-like or blood-tinged.
How do you know if something is wrong with your uterus?
Some common symptoms of uterine problems include: Pain in the uterine region. Abnormal or heavy vaginal bleeding. Irregular menstrual cycle.
Can you feel a tumor in your uterus?
When they’re first diagnosed, about 10% of women with uterine sarcomas have pelvic pain and/or a mass (tumor) that can be felt. You or your doctor may be able to feel the mass in your uterus, or you might have a feeling of fullness in your belly and/or pelvis.
Does endometrial cancer spread fast?
The most common type of endometrial cancer (type 1) grows slowly. It most often is found only inside the uterus. Type 2 is less common. It grows more rapidly and tends to spread to other parts of the body.
How long can you live with untreated endometrial cancer?
Five other cases of untreated endometrial carcinoma were found in the literature. The patients had varying length of survival (range: 5 months to 12 years), but all patients experienced generally good health several years after diagnosis.
Can endometrial cancer be seen on an ultrasound?
If you have symptoms, your doctor may perform an endometrial biopsy or a transvaginal ultrasound. These tests can be used to help diagnose or rule out uterine cancer. Your doctor may do this test in his or her office, or may refer you to another doctor.
What were your first signs of endometrial cancer?
Early warning signs of endometrial cancer
- Unusual vaginal discharge without signs of blood.
- Difficult or painful urination.
- Pain during intercourse.
- Pain and/or a mass in the pelvic area.
- Unintentional weight loss.
How do you feel when you have endometrial cancer?
Pelvic pain, a mass, and weight loss
Pain in the pelvis, feeling a mass (tumor), and losing weight without trying can also be symptoms of endometrial cancer. These symptoms are more common in later stages of the disease. Still, any delay in seeking medical help may allow the disease to progress even further.