Thursday, April 28, 2011

Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer


Before being diagnosed with ovarian cancer, many women notice vague symptoms, but dismiss them as something else, like menopause or PMS. If these symptoms persist, they cannot be ignored -- they need to be evaluated by a doctor.

Ovarian cancer is such a deadly form of cancer because it's a disease that can quietly develop and not give bold, immediately noticeable symptoms. Learn the symptoms of ovarian cancer today!
A few common ovarian cancer symptoms include:

Lower back pain:
The back pain occurs in the lower back and often feels like a dull ache. Some women describe it as feeling like labor pains.

Abdominal swelling and bloating:
Abdominal swelling and bloating is one of the more common symptoms of ovarian cancer. It is also a symptom that is most ignored. The bloating may be so bad that one can't button their pants, or even have to go up a size.

Pelvic pain:
Pelvic pain is pain or pressure felt anywhere in the abdomen below the navel. It may be intermittent or constant. Many women describe pelvic pain as a dull ache that may include sharp pains as well. Pelvic pain can be accompanied by other symptoms, like abnormal vaginal bleeding, lower back pain, and vaginal discharge. Being aware of other symptoms can be important clues in discovering the source of the pelvic pain.

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