Do You Have Bloated Stomach? Warning Signs You Should Never Ignore

Ovarian cancer is the 5th most likely cancers in women. The symptoms are persistent bloating, feeling full fast and pelvic pain. Women over 50 are mostly exposed and the risk factors are not having children or having them late in life, obesity, family history of this kind of cancer, long term hormone therapy.

Uterine cancer – the symptoms are abnormal vaginal bleeding, vaginal discharge which is watery and with blood, pelvic pain, pain during sex or urination. Risk factors are taking estrogen supplements, radiation therapy, tamoxifen, a family history of colon cancer called Lynch Syndrome, or a family history of uterine cancer.

Colon cancer – it can be at the end of the colon or somewhere at the beginning. If it is at the beginning it causes persistent bloating, bleeding and the situation is very likely to worsen. If it is in the middle or at the end, the bloating can only be an initial symptom. This kind of cancer can be prevented by changing of the lifestyle habits and starting a plant based natural diet.

Pancreatic cancer – Unfortunately, this cancer is known as one of the most aggressive and with the highest death rate. The typical symptoms are bloating with jaundice, poor appetite, weight loss and upper abdominal pain. Diabetes accompanied with back and abdominal pain is another symptom.