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Can uterine cancer cause pain from groin to knee?

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Dr. Sri Sundararaman
Radiation Oncology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes and depends

Doesn't always mean spread but local progression and inflammation can cause cramping with back pain, with radiation to the groin & also low back/sacrum & even pain radiation to knee.

In brief: Yes and depends

Doesn't always mean spread but local progression and inflammation can cause cramping with back pain, with radiation to the groin & also low back/sacrum & even pain radiation to knee.
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Dr. Sewa Legha
Internal Medicine - Oncology

In brief: It is possible but

This is not a typical symptom from uterine cancer which often causes irregular vaginal bleeding and or pelvic or back pain.

In brief: It is possible but

This is not a typical symptom from uterine cancer which often causes irregular vaginal bleeding and or pelvic or back pain.
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