confirming the diagnosis, a series of tests will be done to determine the stage of the cancer. In general, the
stages of uterine cancer include:
- Stage I – the cancer is localized only in the uterus; it has
- Stage II – the cancer has affected both your uterus and
cervix, but has not crossed the Pelvis.
- Stage III – at stage 3, the cancer has spread outside the
uterus to reach other organs such as lymph nodes housed in the lower abdomen (pelvis), but has localized in
the pelvic area.
IV - Stage
IV is the most advanced stage of uterine cancer; the cancer has spread to the upper abdomen and may affect
the bladder, rectum or other remote parts of your organism.
- Recurrent – a cancer that has returned after treatment is
considered as a recurrent cancer. In general, recurrent uterine cancers are more difficult to be
Uterine Cancer Treatment