1. Am I At Risk for Uterine Sarcoma?
  2. Anatomy of Female Pelvic Area

    The female pelvic area contains a number of organs and structures: the endometrium, uterus, ovaries, cervix, vagina, and vulva.

  3. Anatomy of the Uterus
  4. Can I Get Checked for Uterine Sarcoma Before I Have Symptoms?
  5. Conditions That Have Symptoms Similar to Uterine Cancer
  6. Early Detection and Prevention Are Keys to Gynecological Health
  7. How Uterine Sarcoma Spreads
  8. Statistics About Uterine Sarcoma
  9. Uterine Cancer

    Cancer of the uterus usually occurs around the time menopause begins. The occasional reappearance of bleeding should not be considered simply part of menopause, but should be checked by a doctor.

  10. Uterine Cancer Risk Factors
  11. Uterine Fibroids

    Some estimates say that 20 to 50 percent of women of reproductive age have fibroids, although not all are diagnosed. In most cases, fibroids are benign.

  12. What Are the Symptoms of Uterine Sarcoma?
  13. What You Need to Know About Precancerous Changes in Your Uterus: Endometrial Hyperplasia

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