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3 Warning Signs Of Womb Cancer That Should Not Be Taken For Granted

Womb cancer otherwise referred to as uterine cancer is one of the most devastating cancerous tumors women suffer from. This condition arises when certain cancerous cells start growing rapidly in a woman's womb and it's usually a medical emergency as the earlier a woman gets checked, the higher her survival chances.

So, in this article, we are going to have a look at some of the early signs of womb cancer in women that should not be taken for granted. If you are a woman, then you should be watchful though womb cancer is relatively rare, it is not impossible or totally out of the picture. Just sit tight and enjoy this piece whilst learning something new.

What Are The Early Signs Of Womb Cancer That Should Not Be Taken For Granted?

1. Pain in the Back, Pelvis Area; this is one sign of womb cancer at a much advanced stage. If you start having constant back pain or pain in the pelvic region, do well to see a doctor because constant back or pelvic pain in women is not always as a result of something favourable. For your own good, go for checkup because cancer of the womb when diagnosed earlier has a much higher chances of survival than when it's diagnosed late.

2. Unexplained Bleeding From The Reproductive Organ; this is another sign of womb cancer especially when the bleeding as already stated cannot be explained. Though in most cases, it's not due to womb related problems but simple issues like irregular menstrual cycle etc but if you start having sudden bleeding that appears to be long lasting, do well to go for check up.

3. Loss Of Appetite; this is another sign of womb cancer that should not be taken for granted. If you start having appetite issues or not feeling hungry as you used to prior to experiencing pain in the back, pelvic region or even having unexplained Bleeding. If tiredness and loss of appetite come alongside the pain and unexplained Bleeding, then you should consider seeing a doctor for checkup.

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