May 9, 2009
Most of the times, endometrial cancer is found to develop in postmenopausal women, whose periods have stopped. The first clue that helps to identify, is abnormal vaginal bleeding.
Signs and symptoms of endometrial cancer may include:
Till now, the causes of uterine cancer are not known. Chronic exposure to estrogen (a female hormone produced by ovaries) also increases the risk for developing this disease. The following factors may lead to estrogen exposure: