What Do You Know About Reproductive Cancers?
Cancer can start in any part of the male or female reproductive system. Research has led to better diagnoses, treatments, and a lower chance of death for many of these cancers. Still, it's important to know about them and the symptoms they can cause so you can get help right away. Finding and treating cancer early—when it's small and hasn't spread—gives you the best outcomes.
Gender words are used here to talk about anatomy and health risk. Please use this information in a way that works best for you and your provider as you talk about your care.
7. Which of these are symptoms for ovarian cancer?
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Other symptoms include:
- General abdominal discomfort, pain, or both. Discomfort may include gas, indigestion, pressure, swelling, bloating, or cramps.
- Feeling tired all the time
- Needing to pee often
- Pain during sex
- Irregular vaginal bleeding
These symptoms are common and more often related to less serious health problems. If they happen often or are getting worse, a woman should see a healthcare provider so the problem can be found and, if needed, treated.
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