World Ovarian Cancer Day is May 8, 2021. “This cancer typically occurs in women in their fifties and sixties with the median age being 63”.
World Ovarian Cancer Day
What is World Ovarian Cancer Day?
“Established in 2013 by a group of leaders from ovarian cancer advocacy organizations around the world, May 8 – World Ovarian Cancer Day, is the one day of the year we globally raise our voices in solidarity in the fight against ovarian cancer”
At what age does ovarian cancer typically occur?
The (United States) Ovarian Cancer Awareness Coalition note:
What are common symptoms of ovarian cancer?
“Common symptoms of ovarian cancer include:
- Eating complications…
- Urinary Symptoms…
Occasionally, there can be other symptoms, such as:
- Changes in bowel habits
- Abnormal bleeding – Any post-menopausal bleeding should always be checked by your primary health care provider or doctor
- Extreme fatigue
- Unexplained weight loss”.
Health Care Provider
In I Have Ovarian Cancer Symptoms – What Next? Going To the GP With Symptoms During the COVID-19 Period the (United Kingdom) Ovarian Cancer Action explain:
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