I go by Servivorgirl. Just over 7 years ago I was diagnosed with advanced IIIC ovarian cancer. I recurred in January of 2012 and have recently rejoiced in N.E.D. via C.T. scan. My numbers have risen slightly but I worry not. I have chronic serious side effects from long term treatment and have adapted to a new normal. I remain on maintenance Avastin.
I pray daily. My praise is to God for His love keeps me whole. Amen.
CDC Symptom Diary Card
Monday, May 05, 2014
WORLD OVARIAN CANCER DAY MAY 8th
Please share this information with your friends and family. Ovarian cancer sneeks up on women, striking often times deadly blows, but we can do something to help avert the trauma.
First, pay attention to the following:
Symptoms of ovarian cancer can often be confused with other less
serious conditions such as gastrointestinal disorders. Symptoms include:
• Increased abdominal size / persistent bloating (not bloating that comes and goes)
• Difficulty eating/feeling full quickly
• Abdominal or pelvic pain
• Needing to pass urine more urgently or more frequently
Please visit the World Ovarian Cancer Day site for more information: