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Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:51 am
by Bardulf
This may get a little long, so I apologize in advance. It all started about 2 months ago when my bowel habits began to change. I either had diarrhea or was extremely constipated. Then, abdominal pain came into play. It was so intense, especially after eating or trying to do too much physical activity. I was also very tired all the time, bloated and nautious 24/7 and felt it was time to go in. I went to a doctor, and she said she did not know what was wrong. They took my blood to test for a bunch of things, did an ultrasound and a pelvic exam. Everything came back "normal." I was so frustrated and confused...so I went to another doctor when the pain didn't let up. She said I had gastritis and told me to change my eating habits and take zantac...nothing got better!!! I went in AGAIN, and this time the doc said I just was constipated...It's been another week since that appointment and the abdominal pain is not as bad but I still have all of the following symptoms: bloating, feeling full quickly, lost ten pounds in two weeks even though I was unable to exercise and not eating the greatest, period was a month late and i've NEVER been late unless I was pregnant, fatigue non stop, random intense fevers accompanied by frequent urination and nautious...idk what's wrong with me, but i'm tired of being told i'm just fine. I know something is wrong, I just do not know what. They have ruled out everything except for ovarian cancer, so I was wondering if there were any survivors or obgyns who could help me out there. Please...I can't tell you how much it would mean to me just for opinions!

Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:52 am
by Boas
Ovarian cancer is in your vaginal area. You are just constipated. Try mira lax and eat right, it could also be your period coming

Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:53 am
by paegastun
you certain can! i had a degree 4 ovarian melanoma. it had unfold in all places. the medical professionals informed my father and mother i had a not up to 2 percentage risk of creating it... and that i did. ive been melanoma unfastened for 2 years now... yay! and i used to be identified whilst i used to be 17. so it might probably hit at any age.

Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:54 am
by Arledge
It sounds like Irritable Bowel Syndrome to me, or IBS. If you haven?t pooped in a while try a gentle laxative, and that might solved all your problems - except the late period. You could be pregnant as well, so take a test.

If none of the helps, find a new doctor.

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Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:55 am
by Rutherford
problems from diabetes? Avoid sugar.

Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:56 am
by Shicheii
My mom had ovarian cancer and she didn't experience anything you mentioned as your symptoms. Although it sounds like something i went through, i had an ovarian cyst bust open and that pain was horrible. If you really want to clear your mind about this, go back to the doctor and have them run a specific test for ovarian cancer because most wont run them unless requested by the patient.

Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:00 am
by Lucio
I have had pregnancy tests and been pregnant twice, they came back negative and I know i'm not pregnant...I'm not constipated either. I know my body and that's not what this is. I know what it feels like to be pregnant, constipated and be getting my period. I wouldn't be on here looking for advice if it was those things.

Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:04 am
by Brett
The insurance company I worked for years ago stated 1 out of 3 people will get cancer some time in their life. I have already had 4 in my family die of it and my sister had skin cancer before so insurance companies will not issue her a policy. Some friends of mine have cancer and I got tired of worrying about it and did my research. Vitamin B-17 like a heat seeking missle seeks out and destroys cancerous cells in the body leaving healthy ones alone. Chemo and radiation so called therapy does not as people get sick,lose their hair usually and only about 3% survive. A 3 percent success rate does not impress me. What about you? Edgar Caycee said "2-3 almonds a day and one need never fear cancer" along with the almonds I also eat foods that have the vitamin B-17 such as apple seeds,lentils,strawberries,appricot seeds,brown rice,macodamian nuts,cashews,cherry seeds,peach,plum seeds,etc I still get ticked when I see a person eat an apple only to toss out the seeds in the core. In Genesis God says to "Eat the seeds".

I am not saying you have cancer but as a preventative for that and to help you stay regular too the brown rice would help along with nice salads and some apple vinegar or apple cider. Yogurt works wonders too.

Could I Have Ovarian Cancer?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:07 am
by Pietro
Women with this cancer, 99% of them are over 50.