Ovarian cells begin to grow in an irregular manner, and this leads to the occurrence of ovarian tumors, benign or cancerous.
And most cancers of the ovaries grow in the cortex, which covers the ovary, and some of the cells that grow in the secretions eggs, others grow in the tissues that secrete the hormones.
1. The presence of a tumor with abdominal pain.
2. Swelling and indigestion and nausea.
3. Weight loss is not known why.
4. Sense of pressure on the bladder and organs in the abdominal area.
5. Nature of the change in bowel movements such as constipation or diarrhea.
1. The presence of breast or ovarian cancer in family history.
2. Non-pregnancy and not breastfeeding.
3. The use of drugs to treat infertility for a long period of time.
4. Exposure to a large amount of hCG, which stimulates the ovaries to produce estrogen, which in turn stimulate the ovarian cells to divide, which may become irregular.
1. Testing vaginal and rectal examination and the abdomen.
2. Action ultrasound of the basin.
3. A blood test is very important to diagnose the disease, with high proportion of protein factor called CA 125 in the blood by a large margin in women who develop ovarian cancer.
4. Work scope through the stomach and taking a sample for examination under a microscope.
5. Work of the CT scan.
Methods of Treatment:
1. Surgical intervention and the removal of the ovaries and fallopian tubes and uterus and surrounding lymph nodes and part of the membrane fatty acids in the Pacific basin Balambbin.