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Ovarian cancer is the type of cancer that starts in the cells of the ovaries. Ovaries are small almond-shaped organs present in the female reproductive system, found on either side of the uterus. The ovaries are responsible for producing eggs and hormones like estrogen and progesterone, all of which are the key to reproduction.
In ovarian cancer, the cells in one or both the ovaries, begin to grow and multiply controllably. They might form a lump or mass called a tumor. Ovarian cancer is often hard to detect at an early stage, because of fewer symptoms. It is usually noticed at a stage where it has metastasized other parts of the body, such as the abdomen.
Some of the common signs and symptoms that can help in detecting ovarian cancer include:
Swelling and bloating in the abdominal region
Feeling full quickly after eating meals
Problems in the menstrual cycle
Abdominal pain and discomfort
These symptoms of ovarian cancer are likely to be overlooked as they are common symptoms of other illnesses too. Therefore, if you think you might be affected with ovarian cancer and are experiencing these symptoms, consult a specialist to seek medical guidance.
If you are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, there are multiple ways through which it can be treated efficiently. One of the most common ways to treat cancer is through Chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is a treatment that makes use of a combination of drugs to kill off cancerous cells in the body.
Surgery is another option for treating ovarian cancer. When cancer has spread, the doctor may perform a surgical intervention to remove one or both the ovaries, the uterus, or the fallopian tube. This curbs the growth and spread of cancer in the body and preserves life. Another alternative for treating ovarian cancer is targeted therapy. Targeted Therapy identifies the weakness of the cancer cells and attacks the same through medications and drugs.
A gynecologic oncologist is the type of doctor trained in treating ovarian cancer through various treatment methods.
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