My grandmother recently had uterine cancer. She is long past menopause. She had bleeding off and on for years after. It is important for woman to seek medical help if this occurs as it can be a sign of cancer but it can also be a sign of other medical conditions.
I think any sort of bleeding, regardless of your age or the site of the bleeding occurs, should be checked out. Even during menopause, it's important to stay in touch with your doctor as your body changes and could signal other changes and problems along the way.
Is your grandmother okay now? Were they able to catch it in time?
hi, after the diagnosed with the uterine cancer, try to recover by the medicines. If not possible the best option is to do surgery. A hysterectomy may be performed as a traditional surgery. After surgery their are the chances of fully recover from the uterine cancer.
I found out yesterday that an old friend of mine (we've been friends for 30+ years), was rushed to the hospital, throwing up, and subsequently diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She has not had any other symptoms, and she has always taken good care of her health. Are any of you survivors of this cancer, and what can you tell me about it? Her Gynecologist/Oncologist found a 5 inch mass on her left ovary, and they're doing surgery Monday, followed by one round of chemo.