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See Uterin Cancer symptoms below. Alternative Medicine offers natural herbal remedies that include ellagic acid, graviola, and essiac, and there are remedies from electromedicine that include Lakhovsky, Beck, and Rife devices. Cancer is the result of symbiotic organisms that become parasitic from eating an overly acid diet. Avoid cancer with an alkaline diet.

 



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.

Uterin cancer (properly spelled uterine) can be of several types depending on where it forms. If it forms in the lining (endometrium) of the uterus, this is endometrial cancer. If it forms in muscle (myometrium), this is uterin sarcoma. Another form develops in the cervix called cervical cancer. Women over 50 years old are most likely to get cancer of the uterus.

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

Known symptoms include:

• The most common symptom is abnormal vaginal bleeding, especially when it occurs after menopause.

• Watery or milky discharge from the vagina that may or may not have streaks of blood.

• Pain in the pelvic area.

• Urination that is painful or difficult.

• Pain during sexual intercourse.
 

Doctors are unable to prevent cancer and don't know its cause. What they promote as prevention is in reality early detection, and you risk damage before it is detected. Alternative medicine may be a better first step than the cut, poison, and burn of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. Remove worry over getting cancer by learning its cause and the means of prevention. This suppressed information can be found in the links below, as well as natural cures.

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