i have mentioned this before,but i have extreme bloating.and i also have alot of busted vessels in my legs,i guess it is from swelling,is this possibly from cysts or ovarian cancer?has anyone experienced leg swelling? thank you and happy thanksgiving!
I had extreme bloating which was due to ascites. This improved after being drained sveral times and is now drying up a bit after chemo. My ankles and lower leg swell up due to the ascites and the pressure from an ovarian tumour. Don't know if the same could apply to you as there could probably be other reasons but worth considering. All the best!
I can't believe your doctors are not helping you. A gyno should help or a gastroenterologist. Any diarehea or constipation? How swollen are you. Do you feel any pain in your abdominal area because of pressure? I had ascites. It grew fast and I had a loss of appetite. I thought I had the Norwalk Virus at the time. That was in the headlines. I was quickly diagnosed by my gastroenterologist. Good luck and let us know.
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