Most women will have surgery for womb cancer. Find out about surgery, including what to expect before and after your operation.
The main operation for womb cancer is surgery to remove your womb and cervix. This is called a hysterectomy. Your doctor may also recommend removing your fallopian tubes and ovaries.
Before your operation, you have tests to check your fitness and you meet members of your treatment team
You have a general anaesthetic so you can't feel anything during the operation. This sends you into a deep sleep.
It takes a few weeks for you to recover after your operation. You will need to spend a few days in the hospital and then a few weeks recovering at home.
Find out about the possible complications after your surgery for womb cancer.