What is the cause of abnormal vaginal bleeding due to the cause of Epithelial Ovarian Cancer?
As a student, i am doing a report on Epithelial Ovarian Cancer.
But there are somethings that i do not understand.
The common symptoms while diagnosed with Epithelial Ovarian Cancer are:
- low abdomen pain,
- abnormal vaginal bleeding and
- abnormal mensturation cycle.
Well...What i don't get is how does the cancer causes these symptoms.
The symptoms of ovarian cancer, regardless of the type are vague, but, exist. They are also the same symptoms as many other conditions, thus, if they exist more than 2 weeks, we urge all women to seek medical attention, preferrably by a gynocologist. The symptoms include:
1) feeling of fullness
3) change in urination/bowel patterns
5) change in abdominal girth
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