I'm hoping it's ok to post just for some advice given I have not been diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer but have been having some tests etc. I guess I'm just looking for someone to help shed some light on a few things.
So...I started with spotting between periods about four months ago and suddenly started having a much longer cycle than normal. I've been having very watery discharge (sorry tmi) so much so it makes my trousers wet. Fast forward to two weeks ago when I realised that I was really bloated and had been getting progressively more bloated over the previous three or four weeks. I never normally bloat and even if I put on weight it goes on my arse and hips rather than tummy. I went to the GP and to be fair she was quite thorough and said she'd refer me for an ultrasound and I had some blood tests. My CA125 was 90 and so my scan was pushed through quickly. I had both a pelvic and internal ultrasound. The technician basically told me there was nothing wrong with my ovaries and I had an "abnormal" roof of my uterus but he thought that was down to two c section scars. I go back to the GP today and she says the report says my left ovary is lower and sitting in the pouch of douglas and there are adhesions attaching it to the uterus (I think)
I've been referred to see a gynae but that'll be ages as she says everything else is reassuring. I asked to have my bloods repeated today (two weeks from when they were done before) to see what the CA125 has or has not done. My GP has suggested she thinks it's endo. I've had endo in the past and the symptoms I'm having are not endo symptoms I've had previously.
Meanwhile my tummy is growing and is becoming quite painful esp. if any pressure is put on it.
Anyone have anything similar or can give me any advice where to go next. I don't have an inkling that something is really wrong but equally I know that this isn't normal for me.
I know you all have more than enough to think about rather than someone who isn't in the same boat so any words of advice no matter how small would be appreciated.