Ovarian cancer is a cancer that develops in a woman’s ovary or ovary. Ovarian cancer can be difficult to recognize, especially in the early stages, but women are now warned that continuous flatulence can be one of the signs and symptoms.
This symptom is a way to test it and when to visit your general practitioner.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer can be mistaken for a less serious condition such as irritable bowel syndrome or pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS).
A new study has found that some women will tend to make changes to their food, rather than visiting a general practitioner if they regularly swell.
A survey of 1,142 women on behalf of Target Ovarian Cancer found that 50 percent of British women would change their food if they continued to swell.
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