Nearly all women with uterine cancer experienced abnormal vaginal bleeding before the disease was diagnosed. For younger women, abnormal bleeding may include
periods that are heavier than usual
spotting (bleeding between periods)
bleeding after sex.
For older women, bleeding that happens at the start of menopause or after it should be reported to a doctor. Don't assume that abnormal bleeding is a normal part of menopause.
Other symptoms include painful or difficult urination and pain during sex.
A small percentage of women with uterine sarcoma feel pain before diagnosis. Some can feel a mass in their vagina.