People need to eat well during cancer therapy. They need enough calories and protein to promote healing, maintains strength, and keeps a healthy weight. Eating well often helps people with cancer feel better and have more energy.
Patients may not feel like eating if they are uncomfortable or tired. Also, the side effects of treatment such as poor appetite, nausea, or vomiting can make eating difficult. Foods may taste different
Follow up care after treatment for uterine cancer is important. Women should not hesitate to discuss follow up with their doctor. Regular checkups ensure that any changes in health are noticed. Any problem that develops can be found and treated as soon as possible. Checkups may include a physical exam, a pelvic exam, x-rays, and laboratory tests.