Reproductive System Cancers

Learn about cancers that effect a women’s reproductive system, including the ovaries, uterus, cervix, and vagina. If you have symptoms of one of these conditions, your primary care doctor will most likely refer you to an oncologist or a gynecologist who specializes in women’s cancers. Your primary care physician will help coordinate care with your cancer treatment team.

If you do not see a topic of interest to you, please try the A to Z listing of health conditions.

recommended reading
These articles provide in-depth information and are written to help you make the best healthcare decisions for you and your loved ones.
Cervical Cancer
Cervical Cancer: Prevention
Cervical Cancer: Screening
Cervical Cancer: Treatment
Endometrial Cancer
Endometrial Cancer: Prevention
Endometrial Cancer: Screening
Endometrial Cancer: Treatment
Ovarian Cancer
Ovarian Cancer: Prevention
Ovarian Epithelial Cancer: Screening
Ovarian Epithelial Cancer: Treatment
Ovarian low malignant potential tumors: Treatment
Vaginal Cancer
Vulvar Cancer
tests & procedures

Your doctor may recommend one or more of the following tests to evaluate your condition.

Cancer Antigen 125 (CA-125)
Colposcopy and Cervical Biopsy
Colposcopy for Abnormal Cervical Cell Changes
Endocervical Curettage (ECC)
Endometrial Biopsy
Pap Test
Pelvic Examination
Pelvic Ultrasound
Transvaginal Pelvic Ultrasound

For other tests and diagnostic procedures use the section of this site called Medical Tests A to Z.

Abnormal Pap Test
Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
Cancer Pain
Cancer Pain Management
Genital Warts (Human Papillomavirus)
Uterine Fibroids
medication center
medication assistance

This section provides you with an alphabetical listing of more than 1,000 medications, including prescription drugs and those you can purchase over-the-counter. Just select your medications to learn more about them. You can choose your medication by brand name or generic name.

Medications A-Z

If you are having difficulty paying for your medications you may qualify for financial assistance or free medications. Visit the Medication Assistance Center to learn about available medication and insurance programs.

Don't let financial problems stop you from getting the treatment you need; there are resources and organizations that may be able to help you.

additional resources

This listing provides you with Internet sites that are sponsored by government agencies or are well-known and credible national organizations.

ACOR-Association of Online Cancer Resources
American Cancer Society
MEDLINEplus—Cancer Topics
National Cancer Institute
National Cervical Cancer Coalition
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition
Women’s Cancer Network

Surfing the Internet
When looking at Internet sites, remember that the information can be sponsored by anyone. Take into account the sponsoring group or individual when gathering information or help. Be especially careful about giving out personal or financial information.

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Last modified on: 30 June 2015