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The main symptom is unusual vaginal bleeding. This occurs in up to 90% of women with endometrial cancer. The bleeding may include:
Changes in the kind of bleeding during periods
Bleeding between periods
Any vaginal bleeding after menopause
For most women, abnormal vaginal bleeding is the only symptom they have. But other symptoms may include:
Non-bloody vaginal discharge
Pain when urinating
Pain during sex
Pain, pressure, or a lump in the pelvic area or lower belly (lower abdomen)
Losing weight without trying
Tell your healthcare provider if you have any unusual bleeding from the vagina. Tell him or her if you have any bleeding at all after menopause.
Some women develop endometrial cancer while they are going through menopause. During this time, a woman's menstrual periods may get heavier or lighter. This may not be a symptom of menopause. Make sure to tell your healthcare about any vaginal bleeding that is unusual for you, even during menopause.
Some of these symptoms may be caused by other health problems. But it is important to see your healthcare provider if you have these symptoms. Only a healthcare provider can tell if you have cancer.
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