Hello...I have an appointment scheduled with my doctor in a couple of weeks. My symptoms appear under the topic Ovarian Cancer when I rsearch the web. However, I thought I would be specific as they don't all coincide: Severe pain suddenly 4 weeks ago under and including a lower right ribs and side after upon awakening (after urinating) in the morning. Pain so bad it made me sweat and become nauseated. It slowly subsided into a dull, deep ache in that area within an hour. This continued daily. A week later I started spotting daily ( I'm Post Menopausal). The severe pain continues after urination in the morning followed a dull, deep ache which has now spread to my lower back and is chronic through the day. It seems to be worse after longer periods of standing. It also aches during the night and is getting progressively worse. I have also had a very slight headache every day. Has anyone experienced these specific symptoms?View Thread
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