The stage of a cancer tells you how big the tumour is and whether it has spread. This helps your doctor decide which treatment you need.
Stage 1 cancers are early cancers and the cancer is within the womb. Stage 1 is divided into 1A and 1B.
Stage 2 womb cancer means the cancer has grown into the cervix.
Stage 3 means the cancer has spread outside the womb, but is still within the pelvis. Your doctor may call this locally advanced womb cancer. There are 3 categories of stage 3 womb cancer.
Stage 4 means the cancer has spread to another area of the body. There are 2 categories of stage 4 womb cancer