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Most researches claim that more than 550 women from different parts of the world are losing their battle against ovarian cancer. They claim that there are symptoms of ovarian cancer that most women ignore.

Here are several signs of ovarian cancer that you should never ever ignore! 

1. Pain in stomach and pelvis
If you're feeling a never ending pain in your stomach or pelvis, you better get yourself checked by an expert.

10 deadly symptoms of Ovarian Cancer that women should never ignore!

2. Irregular cycle
Studies claim that women above 55 years of age are more prone in having an ovarian cancer, especially those who are suffering from an irregular cycle.

3. Frequent backaches
If you know that you don't have an osteoporosis, yet you frequently experience backaches, this might be a sign that you're suffering from ovarian cancer.

10 deadly symptoms of Ovarian Cancer that women should never ignore!

4. Pain when making love
When there's a pain or pressure during an intercourse and when you feel pain when you pee, you need to get checked immediately.

5. Exhaustion without reason
When you often feel dizzy and tired, eventhough you haven't do much things, it may be a sign that you're suffering from ovarian cancer.

10 deadly symptoms of Ovarian Cancer that women should never ignore!


6. Feeling full all the time
Most people just shrugs this off, thinking that they just feel bloated. what they didn't know is that this is a sign that they have a problem in the ovary.

7. Vomiting
Constipation that leads to weight loss and vomiting is often associated with ovarian cancer.

10 deadly symptoms of Ovarian Cancer that women should never ignore!

8. Excessive growth of dark hair
Abnormal growth in your hair is also associated with ovarian cancer.

9. Bloated stomach
If you experience belly swelling or feeling too much bloated, quickly seek for medical attention.

10 deadly symptoms of Ovarian Cancer that women should never ignore!

10. Constipation
A pain in your stomach and digestive problem is a sign that you have a problem in the ovary.
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