If you regularly experience any one or more of the below symptoms, which are not normal for you, it is important that you contact your GP. It is unlikely that your symptoms are caused by a serious problem, but it is important to get checked out. You can find more information here:
March is ovarian cancer awareness month and it serves as a timely reminder to check our health.
When it is diagnosed early, 9 in 10 people will survive ovarian cancer, so it is vitally important that people are aware of the symptoms and can recognise them when they occur.
For more information about ovarian cancer, and to see a full list of symptoms, you can go to Target Ovarian Cancer’s website.
You can also get involved in fundraising to help raise money to: train GPs to spot ovarian cancer, spread awareness about the symptoms of ovarian cancer, and support those diagnosed with it.