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What should I do if I think I have symptoms?

If you have noticed unexpected or unexplained bleeding, especially after the menopause, you should make an appointment to get it checked by a GP straight away.

Appointments can happen over the phone, online or face-to-face. You will need to discuss your symptoms and medical history. For more information about how to discuss symptoms with your doctor, please visit the Be Gynae Aware discussion guide.

If you are feeling apprehensive, are unsure, or have any questions about womb cancer, you can visit Ask Eve, a specialist gynaecological health information service run by The Eve Appeal. The Ask Eve service allows you to speak to a gynae specialist nurse and has an interpretative service available in over 250 languages.

Call The Eve Appeal on 0808 802 0019 or email nurse@eveappeal.org.uk

You can also find out more information regarding what tests may be done to rule out womb cancer at Information on Womb Cancer – Peaches Trust

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF WOMB CANCER

For more information about womb cancer, visit The Eve Appeal and Peaches Womb Cancer Trust.

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