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Feel exhausted, disturbed sleeping. Family history of liver, pancreatic, colon cancer. Diagnosed uterine cancer. Spreading chances?

SGOT is 43UI hemoglobin is 15.4 eosinophils is 1% i am exhausted and have trouble sleeping. I have a history of liver, pancreatic and colon cancer in my family. I was diagnosed with stage 1 uterine cancer last june and had a total hysterectomy. is there a chance that it may have spread and what is your opinion based on the blood test results above?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Hi there, Stage 1 carcinoma endometrium has very high cure rates and relapse is very rare though possible. Blood tests are non contributory to confirm or deny any relapse. Only imaging like CTscan or PET scan can really detect recurrence (Ultrasound to a certain extent as well and not to forget clinician's vaginal exam which is paramount). If you have symptoms like bleeding PV or other significant symtoms like loss of weight, loss of appetite etc, request oncologist's review.
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