Hello, in a very early stage patients with endometrial cancer may have no obvious symptoms, only in screening or other reasons for gynecological examination it is occasionally found. Once symptoms occur, the most common manifestations are: (1) Irregular vaginal bleeding before and after the menstrual period of uterine bleeding is the main symptom of endometrial cancer, often a small to medium amount of bleeding, rarely a large amount of bleeding. Not only are younger or near-menopausal patients prone to mistake for irregular menstruation, not to see a doctor in time, even doctors are often negligent. Individuals also have delayed menstrual cycle, but the performance is irregular. In postmenopausal patients, persistent or intermittent vaginal bleeding is the main manifestation. Endometrial cancer patients generally do not have contact bleeding. In late bleeding, rotten meat-like tissues may be mixed up. (2) Vaginal effusion adenocarcinoma grows in uterine cavity and has less chance of infection than cervical cancer, so there may be only a small amount of bloody leucorrhea in the initial stage, but later infection and necrosis occur, and a large amount of foul pus-like fluid is discharged. Sometimes the effluent may contain small fragments of cancer tissue. If the cervical cavity empyema, cause fever, abdominal pain, white blood cell count increase. The general situation has also deteriorated rapidly. (3) Paroxysmal pain is caused by irregular contraction of uterus, which accounts for 10-46%. Most of these symptoms occur in the late stage. If the cancer tissue penetrates serosa or erodes parauterine connective tissue, bladder, straight or oppresses other tissues, it can also cause pain, often with intractable and progressive aggravation, and radiation from lumbosacral, lower abdomen to thighs and knees. (4) Other advanced patients themselves may touch the enlarged uterus or/or adjacent organs of the lower abdomen, which may cause swelling and pain of the lower extremity.