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Womb Cancer Stages
Not so good: When we are talking womb cancer it may mean a several things .It is important to differentiate which one you are refereeing to. If it is ovarian cancer , the prognosis is very poor . If it endometrial cancer the prognosis is generally bad . If it is cervical cancer , the prognosis is better than the above two but still stage IV is far advanced . There are few tumors that have good prognosis even. ...Read more
Early stage 95%: With early detection of uterine cancer , with radical surgery , advanced current chemoradiation the cure will be will be 95% for 5 year survival. Stage ii of uterine cancer is confined to uterus with cervix involvement but no spread to lymph nodes. For stage ii it will be 70%. ...Read more
Concerned had ultrasound a year ago - womb clear diagnosed wiv POCS hv all symptoms of stage 3 ovarian cancer. Hw long does it take 2 become stage 3?
I would like to know how long does it take to treat first grade of pre womb cancer and will i be able to have children coz i don't haveany ?
3-6 months: 3-6 months is generally needed to know if treatment has worked. This is very specialized treatment that should be done in conjunction with a fertility specialist and sometimes in cooperation with a gyn cancer specialist so you have a good understanding of what is going on, how you monitor things, and how long you should wait before trying to become pregnant. ...Read more
I recently had a polyp removed from my womb. This came back normal, however would the polyp biopsy detect womb cancer? Thanks
Probably not: If you had a simple removal of a benign endometrial or endocervical polyp, the probability of detecting "womb cancer " is really quite remote . If you do not have any risk factors for "womb cancer" like a family history, a personal history of hormonal disorders, of unopposed estrogens, PCOS, infertility...among others, there is very little cause for concern. particularly at age 28. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sis had endometriosis. Recently gynae noticed cancer growth in her womb. But at 2nd check, cancer not traceable. Can she have a baby?
My mum was tested for womb cancer 15 months ago after having vaginal bleeding she was told she didn't have cancer she died on christmas day of womb can?
Sorry for your lost: Sorry for your lost. I am afraid nobody here at the healthtap will be able to answer your question for sure. You should be able to get the answer of your question from all doctors who were involved in the care of your mother in regard to the cause of death etc. I don't know how close you're with your mom- some moms didn't want to tell their kids bad things happened to them to protect her kids. ...Read more
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