Typical symptoms of uterine cancer
Posted on Wednesday, June 1st, 2016 at 1:08 pm by Williams Hart
The earliest symptom indicating that a woman may have uterine cancer is when a lump or tumor starts to develop in the uterus as a result of uncontrollable growth or change of cells in the uterine cavity. Women who are considering undergoing diagnostic tests should note the possible symptoms of this kind of reproductive cancer:
- Painful urination or other problems urinating
- Abnormal bleeding in the vagina that can come in the form of discharge or spotting
- Any pain felt around the pelvic region
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Abnormal bleeding in the uterus or menorrhagia
Uterine cancer in the female’s reproductive system may also spread to other parts of the body. Women are advised to immediately see their physician if they experience any of these symptoms.
Unfortunately, some women who undergo a myomectomy or hysterectomy may experience the spread of uterine cancer as a result of using power morcellators during the procedure. If undergoing a morcellator surgery has caused the spread of your cancer, the lawyers at Williams Hart may be able to help you. Call our office at (713) 352-7071 to find out how we could help you receive the compensation you need for recovery.