Nowadays, ovarian cancer is one of the most common condition which can appear almost in every country worldwide.
In Canada, ovarian cancer is to blame for 30% of all deaths.
In case you didn’t know what is ovarian cancer!
Ovarian cancer will develop when the cells of the ovaries from tumor will became malignant. It has even a synonym ‘the silent killer’, because the symptoms can be noticed very hard.
It is developed mostly in post-menopausal women, but nowadays it is found even in younger women in their 30s and 40s.Latest surveys have shown that if it is found in the early stage the chances of survival are good, so you need to do your regular checkups.
But, not every test is true, CA125 blood tests can give you false negative results. Many of the symptoms are just like irritable bowel syndrome, so the tumor is noticed very late, in stage 3.
In addition to this article, we are going to present you 4 early symptoms which will warn you and make you do the regular control.
IN case you are feeling bloated very often and it stays like that more than 3 weeks, you need to go and advice an expert.
Lower Abdominal And Pelvic Pain
-Menstrual cramps and cycle pain are normal, but in case they continue to exist even after the end of the cycle and it is more than 3 weeks, it may be a sign of an ovarian cancer.
Difficulty Eating/Feeling Full Quickly
In case you have lowering of the appetite which is showing out of nowhere, you need to ask yourself why it is like that. This can be a sign of more than one disease, it is showing as a symptom of various diseases which also includes ovarian cancer if it lasts more than 3 weeks.
Increased Need To Urinate
You have often need to urinate? First you need to see the liquid intake, maybe t just cold, but it may also be symptom of an ovarian cancer.
You all know that most of these symptoms are just sign of ordinary cold, but as we already said, the main reason why ovarian cancer is found when it is already too late, it is because the symptoms are very difficult to notice.
So in cake you have some of these symptoms and they are present more than 3 weeks, you should pay a visit to a doctor.
If you enjoyed this post, I’d be very grateful if you’d help it spread by emailing it to a friend, or sharing it on Pinterest. Thank you! <3