Symptoms and Signs of Ovarian Cancer
Early symptoms of ovarian cancer patients will be felt in the form of bad taste vaguely in the lower abdomen. Enlarged ovaries in postmenopausal women also be an early sign of ovarian cancer. This occurs because fluid collects in the stomach, so that the enlarged abdomen due to an enlarged ovary or due to fluid retention. In this condition, the patient may experience pelvic pain, anemia, and weight decreased.
Sometimes, ovarian cancer releases a hormone which causes an overgrowth of the lining of the uterus, thus causing breast enlargement or increase hair growth. Other symptoms that may occur are as follows:
1. Pelvic droop
2. Vaginal Bleeding
3. abnormal menstrual cycle
4. Symptoms of the gastrointestinal tract (stomach bloating, nafs eat less, nausea, vomiting, or are not able to digest the food in the amount as usual)
5. Frequent urination.