OVARIAN CANCER

Introduction

Ovarian cancer usually presents late, as patients tend not to have any symptoms until the later stages.

Symptoms

  • Abdominal bloateness
  • Change in bowel habits
  • Abdominal pain

Diagnosis

Diagnosis involves a biopsy, sans and blood tests.

Treatment Options

We offer all the up-to-date treatment options in keeping with the latest advances. We will discuss the best options available based on the staging of the cancer with every individual. No two cancers are the same and no two individuals are the same. Therefore the treatment should also be highly personalized.

Treatments option may include one or more of the following modalities: Surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, targeted therapy.

The choice and sequence of the therapies will be planned at the outset to ensure the best outcome for your ovarian cancer.

Prevention and Screening

Ovarian cancer screening with blood test (CA125) and USS of the Pelvis is recommended for high risk group women, this include people with BRCA genes mutation or family history of ovarian cancer.

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