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Types of Endometrial Cancer

There are many different types of endometrial cancer, and each one responds differently to treatment. Usually, doctors treat the cancer by removing the endometrium (the lining of the uterus) and the fallopian tubes and ovaries (a total hysterectomy). The surgeon may also remove the cervix (a salpingectomy). Some people are treated with hormone therapy, which stops the cancer cells from getting more hormones that help them grow. They might also receive chemotherapy, a treatment that uses medicine to kill the cancer cells and stop them from multiplying.

There is a lot of research ongoing to find out what causes endometrial cancer. It is believed that the cancer develops from glandular tissue that lines the uterus, but grows out of control because of high levels of estrogen in the body. The most common risk factor for the disease is having a history of menstrual periods.

The first step in diagnosis is reporting any vaginal bleeding to a doctor, especially after menopause. This symptom is the most common sign of endometrial cancer. Almost all postmenopausal women with abnormal vaginal bleeding should be referred to a gynecologist for further tests and possible treatment. Even just a single streak of blood in the toilet is a serious concern and should never be ignored.

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