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In most cases, ovarian cancer symptoms are not apparent in the early stages of the disease. As a result, ovarian cancer tends to be diagnosed at a more advanced stage.
Because there is no routine screening test for ovarian cancer, women with a family history of the disease or other risk factors should talk with their doctor about genetic testing and other steps they can take to monitor or reduce their risk.
A persistent symptom is what makes ovarian cancer different and distinguished from other diseases. However many women ignore these apparently not dangerous symptoms. Therefore if these symptoms are still there after prescribed medication, seek advice from your doctor straight away.