Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer

  • Bloating
  • Pelvic or Abdominal Pain
  • Difficulty Eating or Feeling Full Quickly
  • Urinary Frequency or Urgency
  • Abnormal Bleeding
  • Unusual Back Pain

If these symptoms are unusual for you and last 2 weeks or longer, we suggest seeing your doctor. Chances are it isn’t ovarian cancer, but if it is suspected, see a Gynecologic Oncologist as soon as possible. Listen to your body and remember that A PAP TEST DOES NOT DETECT OVARIAN CANCER.

Symptoms of Cervical Cancer

  • Ongoing Pelvic Pain
  • Bleeding Between Regular Periods
  • Bleeding after Intercourse, Douching or a Pelvic Exam
  • Periods Lasting Longer or are Heavier Than Usual
  • Increase Discharge
  • Painful Intercourse

Symptoms of Uterine/Endometrial Cancer

  • Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
  • Bleeding After Menopause
  • Bleeding or Spotting Between Periods
  • Unusual Vaginal Discharge
  • Persistent Pelvic Pain
  • Pain During Intercourse

Symptoms of Vaginal Cancer

  • A Lump or Mass in Your Vagina
  • Painful Urination or Frequent Urination
  • Watery Vaginal Discharge
  • Unusual Bleeding After Intercourse or Menopause
  • Pelvic Pain

Symptoms of Vulvar Cancer

  • Itching That Doesn’t Go Away
  • Pain and Tenderness
  • Bleeding That Isn’t From Menstruation
  • Skin Changes, Such as Color Changes or Thickening
  • A Lump, Wart Like Bumps or an Open Sore

See your doctor if the various symptoms persist.