Today, we’ll be discussing symptoms of ovarian cancer you need to watch out for, as well as various facts about the disease. Are you feeling all sorts of pain and pressure? Are you having trouble eating? What about pain and bloating? We’re talking all that and more.
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Intro – 0:00
Persistent pressure – 01:47
Difficulty eating – 02:38
Bathroom trouble – 03:32
Bloating – 04:34
So what are some ways to detect symptoms? – 05:29
Consulting a specialist – 05:47
Pap test – 06:10
TVUS – 06:22
CA-125 blood test – 06:37
Gastrointestinal evaluation – 06:51
1. Persistent Pressure
If you’ve been complaining about pain in the abdomen, pelvis, and lower back for one to three weeks, it can be a sign of ovarian cancer. But don’t get scared just yet. This can be associated with several other conditions. Your best bet would be to talk to a doctor. Getting it checked out will help narrow down the possibilities.
2. Difficulty Eating
Loss of appetite is also a common symptom. Several ladies might find it difficult to eat just a small meal. Again, it’s not necessarily due to ovarian cancer. This is what makes things the most difficult. But why is it necessary to keep tabs on these signs from the initial stage itself?
3. Bathroom Trouble
If you have the uncontrollable urge to urinate as well as pain in the bladder, it can be a sign of ovarian cancer. Usually, it’s simply mistaken for a urinary tract infection.
Bloating is defined as the uncomfortable feeling of heaviness or fullness in your stomach. Women usually experience this during their monthly cycle, however consistent bloating for more than a few weeks can be a reason for concern. Also, if this bloating is accompanied by swelling, it’s a red flag.
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