Ovarian cancer is a serious, silent disease that generally affects patients aged 50-65 years, most of them at menopause or pre-menopause.
Most patients do not have symptoms at the incipient stages, they occur with disease progression and complications.
“Early diagnosis of ovarian cancer is rare or incidental. Patients often present for routine or other genital disorders. Even in advanced stages, the symptoms are devoid of specificity, from general condition alteration to gastrointestinal or genital bleeding ”
10 warning signs of ovarian cancer
In the opinion of a specialist, the clinical picture of ovarian cancer may include:
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