If you’ve recently been diagnosed with uterine cancer, you likely have a number of questions. Should you see another physician and get a second opinion? Should you get started immediately with treatment, and if so, what are your options? How should you tell your family and friends? What are clinical trials, and should you consider participating in one?
At Moffitt Cancer Center, we understand how challenging – and uncertain – this time can be. While we encourage you to talk with a specialist who can provide information that’s tailored to your specific situation, the uterine cancer information provided below can help you learn more about your diagnosis and what you can expect.
Questions and answers about endometrial cancer
- Foods that fight uterine cancer
- Questions to ask your uterine cancer specialist
- When to see a gynecologic oncologist
- When should I see a uterine cancer specialist?
- How often should you be screened for endometrial cancer?
- What can I expect after an endometrial biopsy?
- How soon after my diagnosis should I be treated for uterine cancer?
- Five things to expect after a hysterectomy
- How does uterine cancer affect the body?
- What are my chances of having children after uterine cancer?
- What is the best way to detect endometrial cancer?
- What are the chances I'll need a hysterectomy after being diagnosed with uterine cancer?
- Five questions to ask your uterine cancer specialist
- Is endometrial cancer genetic?
- Two ways to prevent uterine cancer
- What is metastatic uterine cancer?
- Where does metastatic uterine cancer spread to?
- What are the most common metastatic uterine cancer symptoms?
- Can you get endometrial cancer after a hysterectomy?
- Endometrial cancer treatment options by stage
If you still have unanswered questions, you can consult with one of our experienced oncologists to have your questions answered in person. To request an appointment, call 1-888-663-3488 or submit a new patient registration form online. No referral is required.