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... The biggest risk factor for ovarian cancer is family history. The second is being a carrier of the BRCA1 or BRCA 2 gene. Now I know what you're thinking, those genes are breast cancer genes. Yep... ... (3 replies)
... Ovarian cancer is a topic that is very dear to my heart as I have just recently lost my wonderful 80 year old mother to this terrible disease. ... (0 replies)
Ovarian cancer
Feb 2, 2004
... Unfortunately, the prognosis for ovarian cancer is still rather poor. ... (3 replies)

... Yes my friend with peritoneal cancer did have a PET scan but I believe this was after her laparoscopy with pathology. I think that the PET scan was used to stage her cancer after it was confirmed. ... (3 replies)
Ovarian cancer...
Jun 25, 2008
... I was diagnosed with stage 3C ovarian cancer in December 2005. ... (2 replies)
... most doctors get ovarian problem symtoms mixed up with gastro related symtoms. ... (4 replies)
... It could also be a very large but benign ovarian cyst that is causing the problem. Ovarian cysts, when large can cause the same symptoms as ovarian cancer. If the nurse practitioner felt something on the physical then it could also have been a cyst. ... (5 replies)
... ing is that they go away and are cyclical. It is HIGHLY UNLIKELY that something that comes and goes with your menstrual cycle is something to be worried about. Ovarian cancer gives you PERSISTENT symptoms that do not go away. ... (5 replies)
... treating ovarian cancer. ... (0 replies)
... I am sorry you had ovarian cancer and glad to hear you have been cured! I guess I misunderstood one of your posts or else your prognosis changed since then. ... (3 replies)
... That's quite a story ! I don't understand how the first doctor was able to tell you that it was Stage 2 ovarian cancer without a biopsy or a PET Scan. Did he perhaps perform an internal ultrasound and base his opinion on that ? ... (3 replies)
... Well, cancer starts off microscopic. ... (4 replies)
... it is still quite rare overall. Having said that, it is not impossible for younger women to be diagnosed with it and I know at least one person who had ovarian cancer in her 30's. As with any cancer, you are at a higher risk if you have cancer in your family and gynecological cancers are no exception. ... (3 replies)
... well, I know that bloating is a symptom for ovarian cancer but I have ovarian cancer and I've never had bloating. But if you have a family member with breast cancer or ovarian cancer then that puts you at a higher risk. The Majority of people with ovarian cancer are older but then again I am only 25. ... (6 replies)
... Ovarian cancer can be cured if caught early enough. ... (12 replies)
... I'm wondering if anyone has been symptomatic for ovarian cancer but had a normal transvaginal ultrasound, and then went on to be diagnosed with ovarian cancer later? ... (2 replies)
... I was wondering if any of you might have any information on the prognosis of Ovarian cancer when it returns. ... (0 replies)
... he says that ovarian cancer is detected by pelvic ultrasound. Ovarian cancer can only be diagnosed through biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... tests all not all that accurate of a test for ovarian cancer. I have read that even when they are low, that you can still HAVE ovarian cancer and even when they are high, you can still NOT have ovarian cancer. They are just used as one of many tools for making a diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... pelvic exam will not determine ovarian cancer. I just went through III stage Ovarian cancer all last year. Ovarian cancer is the "silent" killer and you usually do not have symptoms until late stages like myself. ... (7 replies)


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