For all Women: Be Aware of Early Sign Of Ovarian Kanser

Regardless of gender, age, and status can affects cancer. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world. Indeed, it represents a tremendous burden on patients, families and societies.

According to The American Cancer Society statistics, About 22,240 women will receive a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer. About 14,070 women will die from ovarian cancer.

Ovarian cancer ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women, accounting for more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system.

A woman's risk of getting ovarian cancer during her lifetime is about 1 in 78. Her lifetime chance of dying from ovarian cancer is about 1 in 108. (These statistics don’t count low malignant potential ovarian tumors.)

This cancer mainly develops in older women. About half of the women who are diagnosed with ovarian cancer are 63 years or older. It is more common in white women than African-American women.

Ovarian Cancer is when a abnormal cell will start to multiply in ovaries and will spread it out of control until it becomes tumor. It can be sometime hard to diagnose or detect if only using screening.

It’s absolutely essential that women (and men) know the signs and symptoms of all five of the gynaecological cancers. Ovarian cancer is often (and incorrectly) known as the ‘silent’ gynae cancer, because people thought that it didn’t cause symptoms until it was very advanced. While most women with symptoms do present with advanced disease, this is not always the case.

Sometimes, symptoms can be due to an early stage cancer. So whilst it’s key women are aware of the symptoms, we don’t want women to worry unnecessarily.

Unfortunately, even today CA125 blood test may give negative result while smear tests are not capable of picking up malignant cells which means there isn’t realible test. On other problem, is it usually mistaken when it comes in symptoms of ovarian cancer that may linked with other diseases like irritable bowel syndrome and other digestion problems. Eventually, at stage 3 the tumor gets diagnosed when you are not aware of it.

Presented below are symptoms of ovarian cancer you should need to know:

1. You may feel Persistent Bloating
Persistent is the key word. Most of us feel bloated from time to time, but if you feel/look bloated for three weeks or more, then you should see your doctor to rule out anything serious.

2. You may experience Lower and Abdominal Pelvic Pain
If oftentimes you are experiencing such uncontrollable pain in abdomen pelvic part and it won’t stop for more than 3weeks might be it is a sign of ovarian cancer. Lower and Abdominal Pelvic Pain is a part of menstrual cramps is normal on this stage. Women in their pre-menopausal stage should be much more careful in this symptom.

3. You may loss your appetite
As a connection of having trouble in digestion and severe paining in abdomen it will result into a difficulty of eating. Apparently, having this symptom that may experience more than three weeks it needs pay attention. You should consult your doctor.

4. You may urinate frequently
The feeling of always wanting to go in toilet even you didn’t consume liquid often. Women having symptoms of ovarian cancer may notice also the increase of urgency to use the bathroom. It is because urinary tract can be affected by the health of ovaries by the fact that bladder and ovaries are close together.

Last Thought
Being aware of all these symptoms it is very important, always watch your body and pay attention of the unusual happening that may occur. We all know that having a cancer, is not easy as a normal health illness. Struggling life, unexplainable pain, emotionally and physically shattered and maybe more than that. But having positive outlook in life, no matter what happens. At the end of the day, you will fight for life even at the last breath.
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