4 Ovarian Cancer Symptoms That Every Woman Needs To Know


4 Early Symptoms Of Ovarian Cancer That Every
Woman Needs To Know Cancer is one of the leading causes of death
worldwide. For many years scientists and researchers
have worked around the clock to try and find cures for every type of cancer. To the present day we are still learning about
this deadly disease, and without a cure, we are left watching out for signs and symptoms
that can help lead to a diagnosis. Take ovarian cancer for example, according
to statistics, Canada was estimated to have 2,800 cases of this cancer and 1,750 deaths
from those cases in 2016. The United States was estimated to have 22,280
new cases and a total of 14,240 deaths in 2016. The reason why there is such a high death
total is that this cancer is incredibly hard to diagnose. There is currently no test that can be done
to diagnose it, and the symptoms are often mistaken for other diseases. However, new research has indicated that there
are promising signs and symptoms of early ovarian cancer. With that said, don’t forget to subscribe
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our new videos! Before I get into the early signs and symptoms
of ovarian cancer, here is a little bit of information about the disease. There are three types of ovarian cancer; first,
you have the epithelial tumors, which start on the tissue that is found outside of the
ovaries. Almost 90 percent of ovarian cancer cases
are epithelial tumors. Next, you have the stromal tumors; they start
on the ovarian tissue that is responsible for producing hormone cells. These tumors are diagnosed at the early stages
and about 7 percent of ovarian tumors are stromal. The last type is germ cell tumors; they start
in the egg-producing cells. Generally, this type of tumor only occurs
in younger women. It’s important to understand the risk factors
associated with ovarian cancer as well as its various stages and the different treatment
options available to women. Understanding more about ovarian cancer can
help you know what types of things to look out for in the event that you are worried
you may be at risk for ovarian cancer. Risk Factors: Let’s take a look at risk
factors for ovarian cancers first. Like most diseases, there are certain risk
factors that need to be taken into consideration when talking about ovarian cancer. Take your age for example; anyone can be diagnosed
with ovarian cancer, but those who are 50 to 60 years old have a higher risk of being
diagnosed with it. Also, it is possible to inherit the gene mutation
that causes it. The gene is breast cancer gene 1 and breast
cancer gene 2. Other risk factors associated with ovarian
cancer include being overweight or obese. Studies suggest that women who are obese may
have a higher risk of developing ovarian cancer, and that obesity may also affect the survival
chances of a woman who has developed ovarian cancer. This is why it is important to visit your
doctor if you are obese or overweight to find out how you can improve your lifestyle to
reduce your risk of developing ovarian cancer as well as other types of cancer. Studies also state that women who have children
after the age of 35 have a higher risk of ovarian cancer, while other studies suggest
that women who take hormone therapy after menopause (for example, estrogen) may be more
at risk of developing ovarian cancer. Women who take estrogen without progesterone
are more likely to develop ovarian cancer as opposed to women who take both estrogen
and progesterone. Diagnosis: As I mentioned, there is no test
that can show ovarian cancer, but there are other tests that can help doctors make a decision. The first test is an imaging test that includes
an ultrasound or CT scan of the pelvis and abdomen. These two tests can help tell the size and
shape of a woman’s ovaries. The second test is a blood test that can detect
a protein (CA 125) that is usually found in ovarian cancer cases. Stages of Ovarian Cancer: There are 4 stages
of ovarian cancer. Stage 1 of ovarian cancer is when the cancer
is found in one or both ovaries. Stage 2 is when the cancer has begun to spread
to other areas of the pelvis. In stage 3, the cancer has now spread to the
abdomen. The final stage is when the cancer is found
outside the abdomen. Treatment: There are various different types
of treatment options available for women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. The type of treatment a woman receives depends
on how advanced the cancer has become. Treatments for ovarian cancer include local
treatments which treat the tumor. This may include surgery to remove the tumor
or even radiation therapy. Systemic treatments, on the other hand, reach
the cancer cells which are located anywhere in the body. This type of treatment is given in the form
of drugs, and can be taken in pill form or injected into the bloodstream. Different types of drug treatment for ovarian
cancer include chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and targeted therapy. Treatment plants vary depending on the type
of ovarian cancer a woman is diagnosed with and the stage of cancer she is in. Most women who are diagnosed with ovarian
cancer receive surgery to remove the tumor, while other forms of treatment will vary depending
on how advanced the cancer is. For more information about treatment for ovarian
cancer, consult with your doctor today. Now, let’s explore the most common early
signs of ovarian cancer. Here are 4 early symptoms of ovarian cancer
that every woman needs to know. 1. Constant Bloating: If you are experiencing
constant bloating that is out of the ordinary (usually lasting for three weeks or longer),
this could be a sign of ovarian cancer. The best thing to do in this situation is
to consult your doctor to get a proper diagnosis. If you are experiencing unusual bloating that
lasts for more than three weeks, you should speak to your doctor to rule out the possibility
of ovarian cancer or any other type of cancer, particularly if you are over the age of 50
or if there is a history of breast or ovarian cancer in your family, which can put you at
higher risk for developing those types of cancers. 2. Pain In Your Pelvis or Lower Abdomen: It is
normal for women to feel pain in their stomach, pelvis and abdomen area during menstruation. But when that pain does not subside long after
the woman is done menstruating, it could be a sign of ovarian cancer. This sign is particularly important for women
to watch out for because it is often mistaken for period pain. If you experience any unusual pain in your
pelvis, lower abdomen, or even feel fatigue in your legs, it is best to speak to a doctor. In addition to pain in your pelvis or lower
abdomen, another symptom of ovarian cancer is extreme fatigue. If you are feeling extremely tired or weak,
or your body and muscles do not feel as strong as they used to, monitor your body. If this continues over a period of weeks,
it is best to consult your doctor. Be sure to mention any other unusual health
issues or symptoms you may be experiencing. 3. Eating Issues: If you notice that you are
becoming less hungry over a three-week span, you should go consult your doctor. It could be issues with your stomach or intestines,
but it could also be a sign of ovarian cancer, so it’s best not to leave it up to chance. In addition to losing your appetite, another
common symptom of ovarian cancer is a constant feeling of being full, increased weight loss,
or excessive weight gain. In addition to these types of eating issues,
you may also experience heartburn and gastrointestinal issues such as burping. Other symptoms or signs of ovarian cancer
include constipation, diarrhea, nausea, indigestion and heartburn. If you are experiencing issues with weight
loss or gain, or have noticed that you have developed unusual or painful stomach issues,
speak to your doctor immediately to rule out the possibility of ovarian cancer. 4. Urgent Need to Urinate: If you notice that
you are constantly running to the bathroom to urinate and you have made no changes to
the amount of liquid you consume, this could be an early sign of ovarian cancer. Also, if you feel fine one minute and two
minutes later you are running to the bathroom, it could be a bladder infection but also ovarian
cancer. There are many different symptoms which are
associated with ovarian cancer. Some more common symptoms of ovarian cancer
include severe fatigue, difficulty eating, pain during intercourse, unusual vaginal bleeding,
unexplained weight gain, and much more. If you notice one or more of any of these
symptoms, or any of the symptoms listed in this video, speak to your doctor today to
rule out any health conditions or problems. You should also be sure to eat a nutrient
rich diet and include some sort of exercise regimen into your life while also going for
regular doctor visits to ensure that your health is in good shape. What other early symptoms of ovarian cancer
do you know about that weren’t mentioned in this video? Let us know by commenting below! Enjoyed this video? Hit the like button and subscribe to our channel
for more videos like this! Thanks for watching!

100 Replies to “4 Ovarian Cancer Symptoms That Every Woman Needs To Know”

  1. If you learned something from this video, please help raise awareness, by giving this video a like and by sharing it with your friends! ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. If your obgyn does not take you seriously change dr immediately!
    My partner complained for over a year and was ignored. She changed doctors and the next day they told her she had cancer.

    And this was a female OBGYN !

  3. I was getting water infections one after another, after a year off and on taking antibiotics, I was getting use to the pain I decided to stop going to the doctors, but one time the pain was really bad, doctors told me they will give me some really strong antibiotic, but I had to have a pregnancy test first, it turned out I was pregnant, but when I went for my scan they said I had a mass, but not to worry, my son arrived 8weeks before due date weighing 8lb, when he was 4mths old I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, I was 29years old, I truly believe my youngest son saved my life, I had to have both ovaries removed, they told me that they were surprised I fell pregnant, the ovaries were covered in tumors

  4. 1. Pain in abdomen that lasts long after menstrual cycle
    2. Extreme fatigue
    3. Eating issues – less hungry over three week span
    4. Constantly feeling full
    5. Nausea, diahrrea, urgent need to urinate
    6. Pain during intercourse
    7. Unusual weight gain
    8. Abnormal bleeding

  5. I dont know why i even bother to watch these kind of videos. I have no insurance anyways and havent seen a doctor since i was 25. So i have no idea whats going on with my body.. Up until this point.
    for all i know i could have cancer and not even know it. I been trying to save to go see a doctor just for a simple check up and blood work but have realized its gonna be hundreds of dollars. Insurance for a single person is expensive and i live paycheck to paycheck. cant afford it.

  6. I haven't got my period for 3 week now. Am not sure if am pregnant. All am getting is very sharp pain. Last year I had 4cm cyst on my ovaries. Got it removed. Now am bloating alot. OMG am feeling scared now

  7. Iโ€™m no longer having a menstrual period over 9 months. . Iโ€™m 52 and keep getting pelvic pain on my right side where I believe my ovary is. Does having ovarian cancer cause pain or any signs of pain?

  8. Listen they have the cure for every Cancer and every disease the reason they don't give it it's because they would lose money in the medication that they give out for the symptoms and for the cancer people open your f**** eyes

  9. I had this cancer when I was in my early 20โ€™s. The symptom that finally alerted me (and my doctor) was at the end of a period I just did not stop bleeding. I had never had a pain or a cramp in my life. I has only 10 years of mensuration before my cancer was found.

  10. WHAT'S FRIGHTENING IS HOW MANY TIMES THE WORD CANCER IS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO. HOW ABOUT THE INFO WITHOUT THE SUGGESTIVE PROGRAMMING. ๐Ÿค”

  11. I'm in tears ๐Ÿ˜ญ as i read some of the comments…..cause I'm having almost all the symptoms I noticed the bleeding….pelvic pain..even the line on my finger…im so scared im having 3 girls …its sad to think about what would happen if im not here for them…

  12. am having almost all of these symptoms but including discharge ,except that am reducing my weight,am not bleeding or experiencing blood at all and ain't visiting the toilet as often as u have mentioned so I don't know the cause ,,,,how can I get rid of them just with drugs.I suggest you do another video in connection to my early symptoms

  13. I had surgery for ovarian cyst almost three months now and I still feel pelvic pain and I have lines on my finger and have stooling for 1 week now. Please what can be the cause?

  14. I went to my doctor last week with all of these symptoms and she felt my stomach and said she cant see anything wrong if it continues maybe a scan

  15. Is a stabbing (Sharp) pain in groin something to worry about? Been on going month now usually between 5-10 times a day no matter wat im doing. Not sore to touch
    I work out and eat a healthy diet 80% of the time i suddenly stopped as i didnt want to eat few months back im constanly full i only eat once a day now but dont feel i need to i only eat because im fatigue

  16. I have pain in my right abdomen and I went to my doctor, we did blood tests and two different ultrasound scan tests but there is nothing. With eating, I wouldnโ€™t really know because Iโ€™m from South Africa and I am now in China so I have obviously changed my diet because Iโ€™m in a foreign land. I have almost all the signs except for going to the bathroom frequently to pee. What can be the problem? Appendicitis is ruled out too.

  17. Iโ€™ve had all these symptoms except frequency and Iโ€™m getting freaked out now. Iโ€™m going in on Monday.

  18. Welp this is confusing because I've been bleeding for almost a year straight non stop. I've been bolted and have real bad cramps and it feels like my uterus is tearing and it very tinder. They liver hurts I have diarrhea but I have IBS but sometimes I cant poo and not offend. I only eat once a day because by the time I wake its almost dinner time and I'm over weight depress and I have scoliosis my body is always tried when I walk out the house to the car my legs feel like bricks. I also have muscles spasms that will bring my to my knees and I would cry. My thyroid is low when i take my medication I'm on my period for months and when i stop then 3 months later it will stop completely then I don't have one. I'm very worried because I never been pregnant before and I want to I try talking to my doctor and all I get is judgement face and I don't need that. Plus I have acid reflux disease which makes me not wanna eat anymore so yeah I don't know what to do. Plus I had an ultrasound and I was dilated to a 5 and they don't know why. I'm sick of these because its taking over my life I cant get a job or keep one because I'm in so much pain and I'm always sleeping.

  19. So apparently some of the same symptoms of ovarian cancer are also signs of.. IBS, Gastritis, Depression, Hiatual Hernia and UTI…so my advice is to just go to the doctor!

  20. But you can have any or all of these symptoms and not have cancer. It can be something else entirely something totally innocent.

  21. People are discovering a Lots of Good gadgets, new Cell Phones, etc. Why People just dont Focus on how to get rid of those illness?

  22. I have pain in my lower abdomen and gain weight eating none stop i did have hysterectomy 8YRS ago

  23. Being overweight is not necessarily true. I had ovarian cancer when I was 21. I weighed about 120 lbs and 5โ€™7.

  24. Ovarian cancer runs in my family, for the past 3 days my abdomen has been hurting but it's my upper abdomen not my lower. ๐Ÿคท

  25. Thanks for posting this. Imma go to the doctor now….

    Also when I went to the hospital a month ago, they said the pelvic pain I was experiencing had something to do with one of my ovaries, and the pain has spread to the other side of my pelvis and isn't going away…. sooooooooo…..

  26. I had multiple fibroids , the doctor said it's not cancerous..I'm taking capsule to shrink it…and it's effective…Thanks God

  27. I meet a woman in a place were a well known company for health wellness gives free treatment to people with different diseases, this company originate in Korea, but many branches all over the world, the company name is nugabest, their treatment is heat therapy, we had a little chit chat with the woman,this woman said she is diagnosed she has ovarian cancer stage 3 she said to me that Her discharge is not white blood cells but it's water coming out in her private part

  28. For a year now I feel cramps almost all the time not just once a month, its always the right side and sometimes so bad it hurts all the way through my lower back and right hip. I gained 30 pounds, lost a lot of hair, despite eating well and drinking nothing but water all day, really bad fatigue. Last pap showed cancer cells but no HPV, now I have a hard, painful lump on lower right abdomen where its always been hurting! Family history of ovarian and uterine cancer, too. Doctor says โ€œIts probably nothingโ€ so I switched doctors today. I have kids to raise, so I take my health seriously!

  29. I have pain left of my stomack. Nd my wight also incresed now i am 19. But my doctor is saying its ntg but i am getting a pain… So scary plz suggest me

  30. I feel uneasy sometimes on my lower abdomen, it seems something is happening on my tummy. I have bowl problem too but not frequent, I feel pee frequently, I have back pain, sometimes I feel pain at the right side of my abdomen. I have visited doctors many times, had a lot of tests, even had ultrasound many times. Once doctors found that size of my left ovary increased, later on they did repeat ultrasound, they found it alright. Iโ€™m also worried about it. I took vaccines for Cervical cancer. Every woman should take the vaccine.

  31. Are you sure it isn't intestinal bleeding and stomach….sometimes my feces are as black as some peoples souls I would know

  32. I have ovarian cyst and it seem to keep growing ……I'm i going to die soon?๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

  33. I was diagnosed ovarian cancer in Dec 2017. After 6 cycles of chemo therapy and surgery i am now a normal range.

  34. My mom died 3 years ago from uterine sarcoma its a rear cancer also a slient killer when she first had pain in her left side she was stage 4 .

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  36. Eat clean and donโ€™t worry about cancer anymore, it wonโ€™t get you if you wonโ€™t get junk into your body

  37. Why is it in Europe and North America cancer seems yo be thriving? Hmmm?! Something must be wrong with the food, air and water.

  38. Music and man's voice annoying could have done without it,shame really such an important video message,best bet if you have any concerns go to the Dr and share your worries xx

  39. Watching this video made me scared because as l write now am having abdomen pain and a lot of discharge Wich now is going to one week now, but l just finished my period last week and when I asked l was told is just that am ovulation am confused after watching this because I have all the signs but am not going to toilet frequently

  40. i know someone who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and got cured but most of the signs shows that she still have it. after and its been 12 years now what do i do the doctors told her that she had nothing wrong but she even started loosing hair but the hair came back. I am so confused.

  41. thank god I got a doctors appointment this week this type of cancer can be cured by cutting it out the survival rate is better then lung cancer or other cancers

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  44. what is mean ovarian cancer,, i am 13 years old,, i just want to know what is mean,, maybe i have that simptoms..?

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