Some common uterine conditions include pelvic pain, hormonal imbalances, and heavy bleeding during or between menstrual periods, explains the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Noncancerous growths called fibroids are also common and can cause pain and bleeding. Endometriosis causes tissue to grow on the outside of the uterus.
The uterus, also known as the womb, is the place where a baby grows and receives nourishment during pregnacy, notes MedlinePlus. The first sign of a uterine problem is usually bleeding between periods or after sex. Treatment depends on the condition and may include birth control pills, hormone pills, thyroid or cancer treatment, and surgery.