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A 24-year-old member asked:

Help please! is amenorrhea a common sign of ovarian cancer?

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Dr. Shelby Terstriep
Internal Medicine 21 years experience
No: Typical symptoms of ovarian cancer is bloating, abdominal or pelvic pain, bowel changes. Amenorrhea typically happens if ther are alterations in hormones.
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Dr. David Fishman
- Select Specialities - 34 years experience
Ovarian cancer: No as these are unrelated events.
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A 33-year-old member asked:

Which signs & symptoms are most common if someone has an ovarian cancer?

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Dr. Natarajan Raman
Radiation Oncology 34 years experience
Non Specific symptom: Symptoms of ovarian cancer are not specific. They often mimic other common conditions. These may include: abdominal pressure, fullness, swelling or bloating, pelvic discomfort or pain, persistent indigestion, gas or nausea, changes in bowel habits, such as constipation, changes in bladder habits, including a frequent need to urinate, loss of appetite or quickly feeling full, and low back pain.
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