WOMEN IGNORE THEM, DOCTORS OFTEN MISDIAGNOSE IT: THESE ARE THE FIRST TWO SYMPTOMS OF OVARIAN CANCER
Ovarian cancer is most commonly deadly because it is usually discovered in its late stadiums. This cancer type is called the ‘silent killer’ since it is hard to detect.
The majority of women do not know that have this type of cancer asovarian cancer in its early stages is often confused with other diseases.
Also, no one wants to think of the worst when seeing these symptoms.
Ovarian cancer can be easily distinguished from other diseases due to its persistent symptoms. Nevertheless, numerous women ignore these symptoms and think that they are not dangerous.
Thus, if these symptoms go on even though you have taken the prescribed medications, you should seek advice from your doctor immediately.
The most common symptoms of ovarian cancer include pain, pressures, and abdominal bloating.
However, every woman feels bloated from time to time, especially after eating some food or before the period. But, you should know that this is an early symptom of ovarian cancer as well.
In case that this bloating is present more than two weeks, you should not hesitate and go to the doctor right away. Bloating is also linked to indigestion, constipation, improper nutrition, and other similar gastrointestinal problems.
Another more common symptom of ovarian cancer is frequenturination. The doctors usually diagnose urinary tract infection to be the cause of this symptom, but in case that this symptom is accompanied by other symptoms of ovarian cancer, and in case that this symptom does not go away even after the treatment, you should visit your gynecologist and ask for an advice.
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