This is a common symptom of ovarian cancer and one that most women are not aware of, that urinary changes without an infection can be a sign of ovarian cancer symptom.
Frequently urinating or peeing, meaning you need to pee more often than usual. Urgent urination is a sudden strong need to pee, making it difficult to delay using the toilet.
If this is a new symptom for you and persist more than two weeks, make an appointment with your GP.
Over 70% of girl to women are diagnosed at late stage of ovarian cancer, making it difficult to treat. If the symptoms persist don’t wait go and speak to a medical professional.
Do you know the symptoms for Ovarian cancer?
The Symptoms are often subtle or can be mistaken for other ailments
- Bloating, increased abdominal size
- Having trouble eating or feeling full quickly
- Pelvic, abdominal or back pain
- Menstrual changes
- Feeling the need to urinate urgently or often
- Unexplained fatigue
- Unexplained changes in bowl habits