What Is Endometrial Cancer?
Endometrial cancer is a form of uterine cancer that starts in the inner lining of the uterus, which is called the endometrium. The National cancer institute states that about 3 in 100 women  will experience uterine cancer at some point in their lives. Over 80percent of women who receive a uterine cancer diagnosis live for 5 years  or more after the initial diagnosis. Early diagnosis and treatment goes a long way in increasing a person with endometrial cancer chances of remission.
There are four stages of this cancer , which is dependent on the level of its growth or spread. The stage at which a person is diagnosed with endometrial cancer is important because it determines what treatment options would be used and the long term possibility. In its earlier stages, endometrial cancer is easier to treat. The different treatments for endometrial cancer include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormone therapy and even emotional support.
Here are some common symptoms of endometrial cancer: