What Is Recurrent Endometrial Cancer?

Q:

Why will endometrial cancer recur?

A:

Recurrent cancer is cancer that has returned after treatment. Uterine cancer may come back in the uterus, pelvis, lymph nodes of the abdomen, or another part of the body. Some symptoms of recurrent cancer are similar to those experienced when the disease was first diagnosed.

  • Vaginal bleeding or discharge
  • Pain in the pelvic area, abdomen, or back of the legs
  • Difficulty or pain when urinating
  • Weight loss

 

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