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Chills Nausea Ovarian Cancer
3 weeks post op from ovarian cancer davinci hysterectomy. Have belching and nausea and no appetite.?
Not uncommon: But your surgeon should be kept informed ...Read more
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Cyst on ovary, fullness sensation, little bitof blosting and nausea, very small appetite. I do have a type of colitis. Ovarian cancer?
Get checked!: The early signs of Ovarian cancer include vague symptoms like bloating, diarrhea alternating with constipation, vague abdominal and back pain, and early satiety (getting full after eating a small amount). It's most likely you DON'T have ovarian cancer, but you should be checked by a doctor with that possibility in mind. It's curable when caught early! Don't let fear hold you back! ...Read more
Frequent urination, some pelvic pain & soreness right side, little nausea. Back pain but can't fully contribute as symptom. Scared of ovarian cancer?
Uti: The sudden onset would make me worry less about ovarian cancer but rather a UTI which by virtue of the pain and nausea, would make me worry about pyelonephritis although you did not say anything about fever. Go get evaluated and that should be the best way and the best thing for you. ...Read more
My mom had ovarian cancer when she was my age. What should I be looking out for? I recently lost 15 lbs in a week and have had cramps when not on period. I also get nauseas whenever I eat.
Go to doctor: And get an evaluation. Your symptoms could be from a lot of things but are not normal and need immediate attention. Please go now. ...Read more
Hi, I've had my period for over a month now non stop. Been really tired, constipated, nauseas and huge weight loss. Can it be ovarian cancer?
Period like cramping for 2 days now and nausea. My menstral cycle ended a week ago-normal. I'm only 22 could this be ovarian cancer? No bleeding
Seems unlikely: Period like cramping and nausea are not really symptoms of ovarian cancer so that's not one of the first diagnoses that would come to mind. ...Read more
Bloating, loose stools/constipation & nausea come &go (days w/no symptoms, then multiple days w/symptoms) Ovarian Cancer? Do symptoms come/go? Paranoid
It is unlikely that your symptoms are due to ovarian cancer. Irritable bowel is more likely. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor for an evaluation.
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I'm 26. Felt bloated for a month. Missed my period, having cramps, lower back pain, nausea, constipated negative pt. Ovarian cancer? Pregnant?
Weight gain esp round stomach irregular periods one sided pain bowel changes nausea indigestion 25. Terrified of ovarian cancer. Other possibilities?
I have stomach bloat, pelvic pain, abdo pain, frequent urination, dizziness, dull headaches, nausea. Complication with a? pregnancy or ovarian cancer
No way to...: There is no way to tell until you get the appropriate tests for your symptoms. First of all if you suspect you might be pregnant get a pregnancy test. Ovarian cancer is far less common than pregnancy so it is not one of the first things to consider unless you have had a diagnosis of this sort in the past. My recommendation is to see your gynecologist for exam and tests as needed and appropriate. ...Read more
Increased risk...: ...is associated with increased age, women with a family history of ovarian or breast cancer, women with the genetic BRCA modifications, and certain ethnicities. These groups have a higher risk than the overall lifetime risk for women in the US of 1.6%. ...Read more
Depend: It really depend on your genes if you have strong family history of ovarian or breast cancer it might strike earlier you doctor can run test on your gene to make sure you do not have the one that can cause cancer ...Read more
Depends on your path: You should discuss your pathology with your doctor. There are different types of ovarian cancer including: borderline tumors (tumors of low malignany potential) and epithelial tumors (papillary serous, mucinous and endometrioid, clear cell, transitional cell, undifferentiated), for example. ...Read more
As early as possible: Unfortunately, ovarian cancer is often missed during its early stages, as it either causes no symptoms at all, or only very general symptoms, until it becomes quite advanced. Like all cancers, though, ovarian cancer has a much higher cure rate when detected at an early stage, . ...Read more
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