My niece has just been diagnosed with uterine cancer. She has never had a chance to have children. Are there ways to treat this without taking out the uterus?
 Sanjaya Kalkur
Sanjaya Kalkur
Gynaecologist, Obstetrician
Southend-on-Sea
It would depend on type uterine cancer subtype/ MRI findings as to how much the cancer has spread as well as the age of patient. Fertility can be considered in precancerous types hyperplasia and early cancers but doctors will be cautious in advising about fertility and each patient has to be discussed her options

The RCOG has published a guideline on the same which can get from RCOG website

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