Originally Posted by pravakar
Endometrial cancer is very common cancer for women and women face many problem from the increase of endometrial cancer consisting of obesity.
How can I know that I am risk of endometrial cancer
Um, your profile says you're male.
Unless this is a mistake, you're not at risk for endometrial cancer.
If it is
a mistake and you're female, irregular bleeding is one of the early signs.
Endometrial cancer is uncommon before menopause. Any bleeding after menopause- even spotting- warrants an examination.
When premenopausal women get endometrial cancer, they usually are obese, as you stated, and they usually suffer from PCOS.
Endometrial cancer is easy to diagnose (via endometrial biopsy); the early symptoms are not easy to ignore.
Because of this, it is usually diagnosed while still in the very earliest stages, and is usually cured by a hysterectomy alone: no further treatment necessary.
Over 90% of women diagnosed with endometrial cancer survive and are fully cured.