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Endometrial Cancer Symptoms are described below.  If you experience endometrial cancer symptoms, you should consider natural herbal cures including ellagic acid, graviola, and essiac. There are therapies from electromedicine including Lakhovsky, Beck, and Rife devices.  Cancer is caused by symbiotic organisms that become parasitic from eating an overly acid diet. Cancer can be avoided by eating an alkaline diet.


Endometrial cancer involves cancerous growth of the endometrium, the lining of the uterus. The uterus is a pear shaped organ in a woman, located in the pelvis between the bladder and the rectum. It is where a baby grows. If it forms in muscle (myometrium), that is called uterine sarcoma. Another form develops in the cervix called cervical cancer.

About 1 - 2% of women get endometrial cancer. Most occur in the age group of 60 to 70, but about 2 - 5% of cases occur before the age of 40.

Endometrial Cancer Symptoms
The following symptoms may be due to other diseases, and not endometrial cancer.

Known symptoms include:

Abnormal vaginal bleeding, especially when it occurs after menopause.  This is the most common symptom.

Thin white clear discharge from the vagina in post menopausal women.

Pelvic cramping, or lower abdominal pain.

Extremely long, heavy, or frequent occurrences of bleeding

U.S. Medicine is unable to prevent cancer, and doesn't know its cause.  What is called prevention is in reality early detection. You risk damage before it is detected.  Remove the worry about getting cancer by learning what causes it, change your diet to prevent it. This suppressed information, along with natural cures, can be found in the links below.

Related links

Choose Your Cancer Cure

Prevention and Cause of Cancer


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