What Are The Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer?

Signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer can be vague and subtle and also mimic symptoms of other diseases. This makes it all the more important that you are diligent with your annual exams and speak with your doctor about anything you feel is suspicious. Some signs and/or symptoms that you should discuss with your doctor are:

 

  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge

  • Bloating

  • Pelvic pain or pressure

  • Abdominal (belly) or back pain

  • Trouble eating or feeling full quickly

  • Urinary symptoms such as sense of urgency to urinate or frequent urination and/or constipation

It is imperative that you speak with your doctor, review your medical history, and determine if you should receive more frequent exams/screenings. 

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Since 1985, the WCRF physicians have been pioneers in clinical research to improve cure rates for women with ovarian, uterine, cervical, and other gynecologic cancers.

 

WCRF designs, conducts and publishes research on new leading edge medical treatments.

WCRF is not only conducting and publishing original research but is also a clearing house for information about the latest advancements in treating gynecologic cancers for physicians and patients.

 

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