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Hi Sorry but have not read through this yet but these NHS articles really cover most of your problems and do give very good answers.The NHS is the...
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Ovarian cancers are VERY serious; ovarian cysts are considered benign (non-cancerous). There are many different kinds of ovarian cysts. Cysts are...
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Hi Something for you to look up, after you have read this.McBurney's point: McBurney's point is the most tender area of the abdomen of...
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Hi Below is a couple of links that could help you the first is from WebMD. http://www.webmd.com/menopause/ovarian-cancer-menopause This link below...
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Hi Found you this, it may help answer your question.Thrombocytopenia is the term for a reduced platelet (thrombocyte) count. The normal level is 140...
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I have never heard anything linking cancer to bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. It is possible that the stress of living with and being treated for...
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Absolutely not. There has never been a scientific association made between ovarian cancer and the use of perfumed talcum powder (baby powder).
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Men can also get breast cancer.
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Question continued....This has happened before with other partners in past. Told Dr. He took biopsy of scar tissue but never came with any answer. I...
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Not an expert but as I understand it, a blood test called CA125 is a screening test for ovarian cancer. And on a confusing note, my mom, who had a...
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Hi,  And yes, its called IVF, they should be able to collect eggs from you, fertilise then with your husbands sperm, and all done at the right...
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Untreated ovarian cancer is likely to progress, metastasize, and cause the demise of the patient.
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Ovarian cancer occurs in approximately 1 in 18,000 pregnancies. Symptoms and signs are similar to those in the absence of pregnancy. Typically an...
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Most women with ovarian cancer have no family history of the disease, yet a woman is more likely to get the disease if her mother or sister has had...
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The average age of ovarian cancer is in the early 60s, and someone who is 75 can certainly get this disease. In addition to an ultrasound it is...
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