Endometrial cancer is also known as endometrial carcinoma. Endometrial cancer can be detected in a number of ways. There are several factors that can increase the risk of a woman developing endometrial cancer symptoms.
Women have an increased risk of developing endometrial cancer if they
have anovulatory cycles. A woman who has an anovulatory cycle does not
ovulate. The corpus luteum may also not form during her menstrual cycle. That is, the luteal phase is absent.
Women who are obese also have an increased risk of getting endometrial
cancer. Unopposed estrogen use and tumoxifen therapy are also risk
factors for developing endometrial cancer.
Endometrial cancer is less prevalent in women younger than 35 years. In
fact, once you are under the age of forty, your chances of developing
this type of cancer are extremely low.
Source: Cancer.org, "What is Endometrial Cancer?", http://www.cancer.org/cancer/endometrialcancer/detailedguide/endometrial-uterine-cancer-key-statistics