What are the symptoms of a recurrent endometrial cancer?

Vaginal Bleeding. Usually the symptoms of recurrent endometrial cancer are vaginal bleeding or lower abdominal/pelvic pain and discomfort. But, many recurrent endometrial cancers are discovered on routine follow-up pelvic exams. See your physician.
Pain and or Bleeding. Endometrial cancer is usually diagnosed by post menopausal bleeding. After treatment for endometrial cancer which in most cases involves a hysterectomy +/- radiation and or chemotherapy the recurrence rate is low but certainly not zero. Pelvic pain, vaginal bleeding, bloating are all signs that have to be evaluated by your physician . Seek appropriate follow up!
It depends. It really depends on the clinical scenario but often times one of the more common presenting symptoms of recurrent endometrial cancer is vaginal bleeding.

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What are the symptoms of endometrial cancer?

Irregular bleeding. Vaginal bleeding after menopause prolonged periods or bleeding between periods an abnormal, watery or blood-tinged discharge from your vagina pelvic pain, pain during intercourse, anemia, weakness. In late stages, weight loss and cachexia. Read more...

What symptoms might a women get if she had endometrial cancer?

Abnormal discharge. Abnormal vaginal discharge (90% of patients), abnormal vaginal bleeding (80% of patients), and leukorrhea (a thick, whitish or yellowish vaginal discharge, 10% of patients) are the most common symptoms. Read more...

Can you experience this symptoms if you have endometrial cancer?

Abnormal bleeding... The most common symptom of uterine cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding. It may start as a watery, blood-streaked flow that gradually contains more blood. After menopause, any vaginal bleeding is abnormal. Common symptoms of uterine cancer: abnormal vaginal bleeding, spotting, or discharge pain or difficulty when emptying the bladder pain during sex pain in the pelvic area. Read more...

Help, what symptom to look for if diagnosed with endometrial cancer?

Bleeding. 50% patients have abnormal bleeding or spotting, some patients present with pelvic pain. If you suspect it then you need to see your gynecologist for a full exam. Read more...

Can you tell me the symptoms of endometrial (uterine) cancer?

Bleeding. The most common presenting symptom of endometrial cancer is post-menopausal bleeding. It this happens you should be evaluated by a physician. Read more...

What are the symptoms of endometrial cancer for someone going through menopause?

See below. The hallmark symptom will be postmenopausal bleeding or spotting. Now if you haven't stopped having menses but they are irregular, significant change in your bleeding pattern may be a sign but it is not definitive until a biopsy is performed. Read more...

I'm trying to determine if I have symptoms of endometriosis, or endometrial cancer. There are some overlapping symptoms.

No telling. If you have symptoms that suggest endometrial cancer to you, even a physician will probably not be able to make the call without imaging and perhaps a biopsy. Your life is too valuable for guesswork. Please get seen. Read more...
Go see your doctor. S/he can best determine for you which condition you have. Read more...

Are the symptoms if endometrial cancer bleeding if you're in menopause?

Yes. Postmenopausal bleeding is a symptom of endometrial cancer, but it can also indicate a number of other causes. Sometimes it can be due to a thinned lining of the uterus, which can bleed b/c it is fragile and unstable; can be due to certain tumors of the ovary. It can be due to infections of the vagina. It can be due to vaginal tears. But it definitely requires evaluation by the gynecologist. Read more...