What are ovarian cancer's most common signs?

Bloating,pelvic pain. Some identifiable symptoms do exist for ovarian cancer, even in the early stages. The most common of these are:  bloating, pelvic or bominal pain trouble eating or feeling full quickly urinary symptoms, such as frequent feelings of needing to go.  these symptoms such are, of course, common & occur with any number of ailments. When they last for more than a few weeks, they should see their doctor.
Mass on PV. Sign, not symptom, of ovarian cancer is a mass in the ovary. One may be discernible on pelvic examination, or may require ultrasound, ct or mri. Other signs may be ascites, i.e., fluid in the abdomen, cachexia, and metastases in lung, liver etc.
Bloating. Unfortunately, ovarian cancer is one with vague symptoms and late presentation. Some symtoms may include bloating, pelvic discomfort, and constipation. Family history is extremely important in discerning risk.

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

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. Read more...

What are the main signs of ovarian cancer?

Trouble is. The symptoms are quite vague. That's why it's hard to diagnose until the disease has progressed. Abdominal pain, bloating constipation, loss of appetite, early satiety,fatigue, pressure to urinate have all been reported as symptoms. These are nonspecific and can be seen in many disorders. Read more...
Minimal. Early on, few if any signs. As the cancer progresses, one may feel abd / pelvic pain, bloating, constipation, urinary frequency or pain, early satiety (feeling full too soon when eating), fatigue, menstrual pains, painful intercourse. Hard to detect from signs alone.. if several of these signs are present, see your doctor.. Read more...

What are common symptoms of ovarian cancer?

Ovarian cancer. The four most common symptoms of early ovarian cancer are pain, bloating, feeling full when trying to eat (satiety), and urinary changes. Read more...

How common is ovarian cancer? Is it common in a 30 yr old?

Facts. Ovarian cancer is not a common one in the US. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2013 there were 22,240 new cases of ovarian cancer in the US. The median age of women with ovarian cancer is 60. This doesn't mean that it cannot occur in a younger woman, but those are the facts. I hope this helps. Read more...

I'm 19years old and have had all the signs of ovarian cancer. How could I have it so young?

? Are you 19 or 31? Either way ovarian cancer is rare except in brca mutation carriers and even then is quite early. Not sure what you mean by "all the signs". Ovarian cancer seldom presents early, symptoms are usually a sign of advanced disease. I advise you visit your gyn and get a good examination. Hope it is nothing serious. Read more...

Can you tell me the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer?

Abdominal distention. Good news...Ovarian cancer is very rare. Bad news...Ovarian cancer does not cause any symptoms until the later stages. It is uncommon to diagnose someone with ovarian cancer at an early stage. Most women with ovarian cancer will complain of a decrease in appetite and abdominal bloating or distention. At present there are no good screening tests for ovarian cancer. Read more...
Ovarian Cancer . Unfortunately, many ovarian cancers are silent until late in their course. Sometimes, a lower pelvic swelling may indicate a tumor. Certain lab tests, such as ca-125, can be a useful screening tool. Signs of advanced ovarian cancer include fluid accumulation in the abdomen, blood in the urine, unexplained weight loss or gain, or other symptoms associated with spread. It is best to consult your gyn. Read more...