What are the symptoms of ovarian cancer
One of the first symptoms of ovarian cancer is the sudden sharp and stabbing pain in the abdomen that is uncharacteristic of everyday’s abdominal cramps.
If the pain is located in the lower pelvic region, it may indicate endometrial tissue growth. If this is the case, treatment will involve removing the tissue and possibly chemotherapy or radiation therapy. For more severe symptoms, such as an inability to control urination or blood pressure, an operation may be recommended.
Abdominal pain should never be ignored, especially if there is no other cause.
Consult a doctor whenever such a pain is felt, in particular when it is associated with the other symptoms.