Ovarian cancer is a common type of cancer in women. The ovaries (ovaries) in the female reproductive system can become cancerous, resulting in ovarian cancer.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer are often vague at first and can be associated with other conditions. Usually, symptoms such as abdominal pain or swelling in the abdomen, constipation, diarrhea, vaginal bleeding, changes in the menstrual cycle, etc. become apparent over time.
To diagnose ovarian cancer, a doctor may first assess the patient's medical history and symptoms. After these examinations, a series of tests may be performed. These tests may include pelvic examination, blood tests, ultrasonography, biopsy.