What are Ovarian Cancer Symptoms? List from Cancer Survivors

The below is a list that has been posted by the bloggers in this cancer community. There are 7365 cancer fighters that are members here. This is what they said, not what the doctors or nurses will tell you.

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Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

What Ovarian Cancer Survivors said about their Cancer Symptoms.

Pleural effusions around my right lung
Pain, felt a large lump
Bloating, abdominal pain low & in lower left, constipation & diarrhea,
I don't know that I had any. Went to the doctor for bronchitis, and ended up with a CT scan showing a mass the size of a football growing in my lower abdomen.
Currently in treatment...
Indigestion, bowel & bladder frequency, bloating, nausea
Abdominal bloating, weight gain, stomach the size of a full term pregnant woman, irregular bleeding, chest pain.
spotting
Bloating, fluid in peritonium. I had elective surgery in 2010 when my sister was diagnosed with stage 4. No signs of cancer then -ca 125 of 11. So in feb 2015 diagnoses with cancer in peritoneal wall
Diarrhoea followed by constipation and bloating
bloating
none at present. finished second round of chemo and am going on a parp inhibitor
Bloating, weight gain and low back pain.
Bloating, pain in the lower left back and side, weakness, fatigue to pain in the whole body
Bleeding, Abdominal Pain
None at the moment
Possible symptoms for ovarian cancer: Weight gain, fatigue, cysts, irregular bleeding, night sweats and pain.
here's the clunker for ovarian cancer: symptoms are a million vague things that doctors brush off as "not cancer": irritable bowel syndrome, back pain, bloating. if you are otherwise healthy, there's no reason on earth you'd suspect it. by and large doctors don't think about any of those things as possibly cancerous. if you're even the slightest bit overweight (read: not anorexic), your doctor will tell you all of those things are cause by how fat you are. i wish i were lying.
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