First of all i will let you know that im a bit of a hypocrondriat. I also have a history of breast cancer and do not know my family history regaurding ovarian cancer. I have looked up the symptoms of ovarian cancer:
-Pain in your belly or pelvis.
-Trouble eating, or feeling full quickly.
-Urinary problems, such as an urgent need to urinate or urinating more often than usual.
-Pain with intercourse.
-Menstrual cycle changes.
all of these apply except for: pain with intecourse (im not sexual active) , menstrual cycle changes (my cycle is still not 100% regualr so semi-hard to tell), and the urinary problems is more mind.
the pelvic pain with back (lower back) pain has kept me home from school and hurts when i am at school. thi has been goig on for more than two weeks but has been getting worse.
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