Uterine Cancer Awareness Is Now! No matter what age we are, it is important to get any bleeding or periods pattern changes, checked.

Uterine Cancer Age

At what age does uterine cancer most frequently occur?

In Uterine Cancer: Fast Facts the International Gynecological Cancer Society [IGCS] note:

  • “Uterine cancer most frequently occurs in women over the age of 45, though it can affect younger women”.

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Uterine Cancer

What is uterine cancer?

Depending on the Source the definition of uterine cancer may vary. In Uterine Cancer: Types of Uterine Cancer the IGCS’s definition is:

“Uterine cancer is a disease in which cancer cells form in the tissues of the uterus, also known as the womb.

There are two primary types of uterine cancer:

  • Endometrial cancer, which is the most common form of uterine cancer. Endometrial cancer begins in the inner lining of the womb, known as the endometrium
  • Uterine sarcoma forms in the muscles and supporting tissues of the uterus. It is rare in comparison to other uterine cancers”.

Uterine Cancer Risk Factors

What are uterine cancer risk factors?

In Uterine Cancer Awareness the IGCS explain:

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Postmenopausal Bleeding

Is postmenopausal bleeding or bleeding after menopause, normal?

No, no, no. In Postmenopausal Bleeding the (United Kingdom) NHS elaborate on:

“See a GP if:

You have postmenopausal bleeding, even if:

  • It’s only happened once
  • There’s only a small amount of blood, spotting, or pink or brown discharge
  • You do not have any other symptoms
  • You’re not sure if it’s blood”.


Who is a GP?

Depending on the Source and/or Depending on the Country, a GP may be a qualified and registered general practitioner, a medical practitioner, a medical doctor or a doctor.

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Last Updated: 15 June 2023 – Last Revised: 15 June 2023