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I would like to know if the ovarian cancer I had back in year 2004 is back again. Back in 2009 I had a lump at the groin where the surgery took place. But for some reason it bled blood and water after a while it stopped. Thank God. But now this year I'm experiencing the same bleeding of water. What should I do?View Thread
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The Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Florida (OCAF) held their annual Teal Magnolia Luncheon fundraiser this weekend in Central Florida.According to the National Cancer Institute, the Definition of ovarian cancer is: Cancer that forms in tissues of the ovary (one of a pair of female reproductive glands in which the ova, or eggs, are formed). Most ovarian cancers are either ovarian epithelial carcinomas (cancer that begins in the cells on the surface of the ovary) or malignant germ cell tumors (cancer that begins in egg cells).Please take a moment to review the symptoms of Ovarian Cancer as provided by OCAF
- Bloating - Pelvic or abdominal pain - Difficulty eating or feeling full quickly - Urinary symptoms (urgency or frequency) Be your own advocate. Listen to your body. If you suspect anything out of the ordinary, take control and go get checked! You owe it to yourself and those that love you.View Thread
If you suspect or have been diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer such as ovarian cancer, you should seek care first from a gynecologic oncologist. Gynecologic oncologists are specially trained to care for women with ovarian cancer. This resource on the Women's Cancer Network web site allows you to search for a gynecologic oncologist in your area.View Thread
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