Does symptoms for ovarian cancer feel like menstrual cramps?

Most of the time. Ovarian cancers grow silently with out any symptoms , a silent killer of woman , how ever few may get cramps in later stages, see your gynecologist for check up.

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I am 44 years old. I have a strong family history of ovarian/breast cancer and braca2 of unknown significance. I getvery painful menstrual cramps. Could I have ovarian cancer?

Painful Menses are. Not a sign of ovarian ca but need regular exams, inculding mammogram. Depending on the chances of your variant, some consider a hysterectomy with ovarian removal. Low dose estrogen only hormone replacement would be much less estrogen than u are making, getting off too quick can have other problems, including cv disease and osteoporosis. If u consider ov removal, low dose hrt need 2b considered. Read more...
Ovarian cancer. It is very hard to screen for ovarian cancer. If you are done having children it would be possible to consider having the ovaries removed. This should be discussed with an ob, genetic counselor, and oncologist to get all the information. Read more...
The curse of the VUS. Personal and family history trumps genetic testing. If you have strong family history of breast/ovarian cancer, it could be that the vus is truly a deleterious mutation yet to be identified as such or have another gene involved besides brca. I would advise you see your gyn and a specialist with expertise in genetic testing/risk assessment. They will go over ways to reduce cancer risk for you. Read more...

I have every symptom of ovarian cancer. 10 day periods, pain w/ sex, weight loss, bloating, anemia, bad sharp cramps, sore boobs, but I'm only 25?

Are you sure? This doesn't sound like ovarian cancer to me. This sounds like you are going on line and trying to diagnose yourself. Go to a doctor and find out what is going on. Read more...
Whoa. These are a grab-bag of troubling symptoms that need to be addressed on their own. It's unlikely that ovarian cancer is the cause but it's 100% certain you need a relationship with a competent gynecologist who can manage what is probably at least two different medical problems; you'll get imaging that will rule ovarian cancer in or out. It's not impossible. Best wishes. Read more...

Hello there my menstrual cycle has always been 28days it now seems too be 26/27 I suffer anxiety is this still normal? Could I have ovarian cancer?

Normal = 21 thru 35. The frequency you report is clearly still normal, but if it becomes more irregular you certainly should have an exam. Do not jump to the idea that it is anything as frightening as cancer. There are many less serious reasons for changes in your cycle. Depending on several factors, including your age, health, etc - it may be nothing at all. Have an exam if you're worried. Read more...

Can you have your menstrual cycle if you have ovarian cancer?

Yes. Many women with early stage ovarian cancer do not know they have it. They will still have menstrual cycles. Ovarian cancer does not cause menstrual cycles to stop. Read more...
Unlikely. Unfortunately, most ovarian cancers don't have symptoms. If they do, it is usually vague abdominal discomfort, bloating, getting full early. Most ovarian cancers happen after the menopause. However, some young women with certain ovarian cancers can present with pain or bleeding. So if you are concerned, you need to see your gynecologist. Read more...