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is one sided pelvic pain symptom of ovarian cancer?

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Dr. Michael Ekizian
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Not specific: Most women with epithelial ovarian cancer have pelvic or abdominal symptoms prior to their diagnosis. The symptoms that are most commonly reported by study subjects include abdominal pain/discomfort and abdominal swelling/bloating. These symptoms can be attributed to many different conditions. It appears that they are more common, recur more frequently, and more severe in pts prior to DX of ov ca.
Answered on Sep 28, 2016
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