Women's Health

Women Might Not Be Aware of This Ovarian Cancer Symptom

Final thoughts

Lastly, make sure you stay up-to-date with your doctor and go for annual check-ups. They can help you manage your personal risk of ovarian cancer and recommend any prevention or screening tests that may benefit your particular case. Different risk factors such as family history and genetics may make you eligible for certain genetic screens. That's why it's important to go regularly to a doctor to foster a trusting and understanding relationships so you can stay best informed and in optimum health.