I was listening to a radio program this morning and another program kept cutting in. It's actually quite funny because the first thing I heard was pain in the lower right side. I thought, "That sounds familiar". A few seconds later, I heard something about problems eating. I was curious so I changed the radio station to find the program. It was about ovarian cancer. It was all familiar. I have that pinching, pulling pain on my lower right side, trouble eating, pelvic pain and pressure, etc. I have been to several different doctors in 18 months - all with their own diagnosis. Could ovarian cancer cause these symptoms for 18 months without the doctors discovering it??View Thread
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