The abdomen is the place where most of the organs are placed. That’s why it’s very hard to diagnose ovarian cancer, especially in the early stage, because the symptoms and pain are similar to other possible diseases.
So, we can agree that ovarian cancer does not show any specific symptomatic characteristics in the early stages. If you feel pressure on the bladder, uterus or rec**m, possibly the cancer got bigger and is putting extra pressure on those tissues.
However, here’s a big list of symptoms, which are highly likely to happen even if you don’t have an early stage of ovarian cancer, but be sure to make a biopsy if you have experienced the majority of the following:
- Painful s*x
- Menstrual changes
- Back pain
- Unexplainable exhaustion
- A pressure in the lower back
- The need to urinate more frequently
- Weight loss
- Abdominal swellings