Learn general information, including risk factors and symptoms, and what to do if your doctor suspects you or your loved one has been diagnosed with uterine cancer. SGO also has a useful toolkit for uterine cancer survivors.
Going to your Gynecologic Oncologist
If you or your doctor is concerned that you may have uterine cancer, it is critical that you ask to consult with a gynecologic oncologist.
What information should you bring to your first appointment?
What tests might your gynecologic oncologist perform to determine treatment?
What are the stages of uterine (endometrial) cancer?
What are the treatment options?
What happens after treatment?
This document, developed as an aide to patients, summarizes current scientific data and expert opinions pertaining to uterine cancer. The presented information does not prescribe an exclusive course of treatment and is not exclusionary of other acceptable methods of management including surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Treatment modifications typically take into account individual risks and needs as well as resources at particular institutions or regions throughout the world.