Does menustration stop altogether if you have ovarian cancer?
Hi, me again. I have a 5cm mass on my right ovary and have being in a great deal of pain for 3-4 weeks, got my gynacologist appt for tues 22nd. Obviously worried it could be cancer but I have actually come on my period today and wondered if this was a positive sign that it is not ovarian cancer? Do periods stop if you have ovarian cancer?
My periods are very irregular, this is the 1st one in 3 months and I have gone 6 months without a period in the past. Would be grateful if anyone knew any connections.
All right now. You spooked me. that's been going on with me for about 2 years now. Every two weeks for two weeks. The Drs. kept telling me there was nothing wrong with me. I'm glad I'm seeing a GYN/onc.
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