Thursday, March 3, 2011

Ovarian Cancer - Public Service Message


Ovarian Cancer Whispers - so listen carefully........

Watch for Pelvic or abdominal pain or discomfort:
o   vague but persistent gastrointestinal upsets such as gas, nausea, and indigestion;
o   frequency and/or urgency of urination in the absence of an infection;
o   unexplained weight gain or weight loss;
o   pelvic and/or abdominal swelling, bloating and/or feeling of fullness;
o   ongoing unusual fatigue;
o   unexplained changes in bowel habits;

If symptoms persist for more than 2 weeks, ask your doctor for a combination pelvic/rectal exam, CA-125 blood test, and trans-vaginal ultrasound.

A pap test WILL NOT detect ovarian cancer.



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4 comments:

  1. This is good information. I never heard about this cancer. But I have been noticed it. It is may help to prevent them.

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  2. Early stage ovarian cancer may not cause many symptoms, or may be vague and neighbors. Some ovarian cancers can occur in younger women, but are unusual.

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  3. Signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer checkout here

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  4. Ovarian cancer is the variety of non-specific ovarian cancer due to long-term. There are about 20 different types of microscopes. They can be divided into three large groups, epithelial carcinoma, germ cell tumors, and specialized mesenchymal cell carcinoma. There are three groups, because the ovary contains three different origins and functions of cell collection.

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