Early Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Multiple signs and symptoms can be caused by ovarian cancer.Even early-stage ovarian cancer can cause symptoms, though women are more likely to experience them if the disease has spread.The most typical symptoms are:

Symptoms of the urinary tract, such as urgency (having to go frequently) or frequency (always feeling like you need to go), are also frequently brought on by benign (non-cancerous) diseases and cancers of other organs. 

Bloating, pain in the pelvis, or abdominal (belly) area, difficulty eating, or feeling full quicklyThey typically persist and differ from the norm when they are brought on by ovarian cancer, such as occurring more frequently or being more severe.

These symptoms are more likely to be caused by other conditions, and women without ovarian cancer experience about the same number of them.However, if you experience these symptoms more than 12 times per month, see a doctor to have the issue evaluated and, if necessary, treated.

Additional signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer include:

Constipation Changes in a woman's period, such as heavier bleeding than usual or irregular bleeding Abdominal (belly) swelling with weight loss Fatigue (extreme tiredness) Upset stomach Back pain Pain during sex

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