Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer


E-eating less but feeling full fast

A-abdominal/pelvic pain

T-trouble with urination(frequency or urgency)

A PAP test does not detect ovarian cancer.

If these symptoms persist more that 2 weeks and are getting worse not better see your gynocologist and request additional tests such as a CA-125 and/or Transvaginal Ultrasound

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Wow...what a Wednesday

Thanks for all of the positive feedback I have gotten about my idea to start a blog. This week has flown by and I have meant to write another post but I just got so busy doing life. Ovarian Cancer National Alliance has just launched a publication online called the Teal Journal. If you click on the link you can go and read about new research, stories about advocacy opportunities, articles from doctors in the field, and other exciting things.I may even have an article in the journal every now and then. As ovarian cancer awarness month comes to a close those of us who have been affected by this disease will continue to spread awareness every month until we find a cure. Hope you all are having a good week. Blog again soon :)

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