Can endometrial cancer cause pelvic pain and back pain?

Yes, in some women. Abnormal vaginal bleeding is the most common sign of endometrial cancer. Any persistent pelvic or back pain should be thoroughly investigated, and a visit to a gynecologist may be indicated. There are many potential causes for pain in the pelvis and/or back.
Endometrial cancer. 1) postmenopausal bleeding 2) abnormal uterine bleeding in a woman before the menopause 3) pelvic or low back pain.
Yes. This type of pain is often called visceral and propagated via the autonomic nervous system. Ablation of the superior hypogastic plexus is often helpful.

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I had a pelvic ultrasound and it was normal. Should I still be concerned about ovarian cancer. Still have occasional pelvic pain and back pain.

Yes and no. The negative pelvic ultrasound examination is a good news . The most important piece is risk factors . What risk factors do you have . Any family member with history of ovarian or breast cancer . Any history of gene mutation like brca? If you do not have any significant risks facto , you do not need to have screening for ovarian cancer . Read more...

Mid low back pain right of spine & right side of back, hip pain with right abd and pelvic pain knee gives out at times better when walking cancer?

Not cancer. It's not clear what your diagnosis is but you seem to be having a lot of different joint complaints. You need to see your physician have this evaluated. I can't be certain, because there are a lot of different Musculoskeletal issues this could be. It's unlike you to be cancer though but this is something you can discuss with your physician . Read more...

Whats the chances of me having ovarian cancer or endometrial cancer. Pelvic pain & abnormal spotting on and off. 19, black, overweight, pcos?

Remote. You symptoms are very unlikely to be due to cancer. Hormonal imbalance is the likely explanation. Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD. Consult this site for more information on this topic. http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. Read more...

Which other things besides cancer can cause pelvic pain with lower back ache?

Lots of things. That something is rather nonspecific it could be many things it is best to see your doctor to figure it out more clearly. Read more...