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Should I talk to my doctor about uterine sarcoma?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

If you show any symptoms of uterine sarcoma, it is important to talk with your doctor. In particular, postmenopausal women with bleeding should visit the doctor immediately. African American women and women who have had radiation treatment in the pelvic region, should be aware of their increased risk and visit their doctor should any symptoms arise.

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