The most common symptom of
endometrial cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding after
menopause. "Abnormal" bleeding means unexpected bleeding. If you are
hormone therapy after menopause, you can expect some
bleeding. But if you have irregular bleeding, call your doctor.
Abnormal bleeding in women older than 35
who have not started menopause may also be a symptom of endometrial cancer,
though this is less common. In rare cases, an unexplained abnormal vaginal
discharge may be an early symptom.
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