The advanced symptoms of ovarian cancer include abdominal distension, compression symptoms, gastrointestinal symptoms, vaginal bleeding, and pain.
1. Bloating: Because the tumor growth is large, the abdomen will have a satiety, and the tumor will hinder intestinal motility, so abdominal distension often occurs.When the tumor enlarge to the pelvic cavity, it can touch the lump of the abdomen.Littosis often worsen after ascites.2. Compression symptoms: Ovarian cancer can cause infiltration of tumor tumors in advanced ovarian cancer. Increased tumor can compress nerves, peripheral blood vessels, bladder, rectum, etc., leading to symptoms such as low back pain, abdominal pain, lower limb edema, frequent urination, urine retention, and difficulty in defecation.In severe, breathing difficulties may occur when the diaphragm is compressed.3. Symptoms of digestive tract: Affected by tumors, patients often experience symptoms such as loss of appetite, weight loss, no trance, fatigue, fatigue and other symptoms. Weight decreases significantly. 4. vaginal hemorrhage: The tumor seriously damages the ovarian function, commonly irregular vaginal bleeding and menstrual disorders.During the examination of tumors, internal changes in tumors, such as rapid growth of bleeding and necrosis, or other advanced symptoms of local tenderness and other advanced symptoms of ovarian cancer, malignant ovarian tumors may cause continuous swelling and pain.In the late stage of ovarian cancer, lower abdomen discomfort or lower abdomen pain.Sex hormone secretion disorders: If it is a functional tumor, it will cause excessive symptoms of estrogen orrogens.For example, menstrual disorders, vaginal hemorrhage, or inflammatory symptoms, if the ovaries on both sides are destroyed by cancer tissues, it may cause menstrual disorders and amenorrhea, vaginal bleeding after menopause, and postmenopausal bleeding.Patients have abdominal pain, low back pain, or sciatica, and are accompanied by frequent urination, dysuria and urinary retention.In addition, there will be difficulty defecation, gastrointestinal symptoms, and even difficulty in breathing.
Eat less or not spicy foods in daily diet, control fat, sweet, grilled and pickled food intake.Eat more vegetables and vegetables, follow the principles of regular diet and reasonable nutrition.Maintaining an optimistic and cheerful attitude is also important to rehabilitation.