7. Excretory System Changes
You may have changes in your bowel habits and may experience diarrhea and/or constipation. This is because it is possible that the tumor is putting pressure directly on the bowels, although this can also be experienced in the stomach and the bladder. For constipation treatment, dietary changes, exercise, and mild laxatives can provide relief, but the underlying issue still must be examined.
8. Lower Back Pain
A constant, dull ache in the lower back may be indicative of ovarian cancer. If you start experiencing continuous pain in your lower back in a way that you are not used to, you should definitely consult with a physician.Posted on November 20, 2017