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Cervical tumor - is a common malignancy. In terms of frequency it ranks first among malignant tumors of the reproductive system of women and second among all cancer diseases in women. The frequency of the incidence of uterine body cancer depends on the age of the woman: the risk of developing the disease increases two to three times for every five years of reproductive age; The peak incidence occurs in the 60-70 years old.

Risk factors for endometrial cancer

Menstruation for many years. Women who started menstruating early, or who have experienced menopause at a later age, have a very high risk of endometrial cancer.

The absence of pregnancy. Pregnancy reduces the risk of cervical cancer.

Irregular ovulation. Ovulation in women (the output of eggs from the ovaries each month) is regulated by estrogen. Its absence or irregularity increases the amount of estrogen.

Obesity. It boosts the amount of estrogen in the body, which increases the risk of cancer.

Dining with the use of large amounts of fat. Such a diet increases the risk of developing cervical cancer because obesity provokes.

Diabetics. uterine body cancer is very common among diabetics.

Estrogen (ERT) replacement therapy. The use of estrogen after menopause may increase the risk of cancer.

Age. With age, the risk of cancer increases.

The use of tamoxifen.

Symptoms of uterine body cancer

  • vaginal discharge;
  • pelvic pain;
  • vaginal bleeding;
  • weight loss.

Diagnosis of uterine body cancer

  • Pelvic ultrasound;
  • Hysteroscopic study;
  • X-rays;
  • The histological and cytological examination.
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