1. Constipation and other changes in your stool.
Ovarian cancer and intestinal changes go hand in hand. Women with persistent digestive disorders (constipation, diarrhea, increased gas, bloating, nausea and vomiting) should seek medical attention as soon as possible. If the symptom persist for two weeks or more, it is time to consult your doctor for examination.
2. Loss of appetite or feeling satiated quickly when you eat
Women are generally happy when they lose a few pounds, but that’s not always a good sign. Women with advanced cancer usually become very thin. This may be because they find it difficult to eat and drink, or they have lost their appetite, even for the foods they used to love.
This leads to malnutrition and weight loss. This is sign points to ovarian cancer; women who suffer from it say they have no appetite and can not eat even when they have not eaten anything in a while.
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