Endometrial Cancer Directory
Endometrial cancer is cancer of the lining of the uterus (endometrium). It is most common in women older than 50. A biopsy can usually diagnose endometrial cancer. Treatments include hysterectomy, along with follow-up radiation or chemotherapy. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of endometrial cancer, including its causes, symptoms, treatment, and more.
Treatment of Endometrial Cancer
WebMD explains the diagnosis and treatment of endometrial cancer.
The Basics on Endometrial Cancer
An overview of endometrial cancer, including risk factors.
Symptoms of Endometrial Cancer
WebMD's guide to the symptoms of endometrial cancer.
Alternatives to Hysterectomy
If you have painful periods with excessive bleeding, fibroids, endometriosis, or another pelvic health problem, you should know that there are new alternatives to hysterectomy that you can consider. Learn more from WebMD.
A Fresh Look at Hysterectomy
For quicker hysterectomy recovery, many women are choosing laparoscopy. Just make sure your surgeon is skilled. Here’s what women should know about hysterectomy.
Healthy Lifestyle Tips After a Hysterectomy
Find 15 tips and simple ways to nurture your health after a hysterectomy – and keep weight and stress under control.
Women’s Cancer Q&A: Advances in Care
WebMD’s women's cancer expert Harold J. Burstein talks to WebMD' chief medical editor about treatment advances, research breakthroughs, and the prognosis for the future.
Sex Can Improve After Hysterectomy
A study has found that sexual functioning improved overall after hysterectomy.