Ladies, there is no test for ovarian cancer


Tiffany’s Cancer Survivor Story:
In March 2013, I started having some bloating and unexplained weight gain. I went to a couple of doctors. I had an X-ray and EGD (Editor’s note: an EGD, also called an upper endoscopy, is a test to examine the lining of the esophagus, stomach, and first part of the small intestine.) All tests and blood work didn’t find anything.

The next month, I went on vacation with my best friend for my birthday. After having an amazing root beer float after our day on the beach, we took a nap. I begin to vomit while I was asleep. I knew then something was really wrong. I went back to the gastroenterologist who had done the EGD. He said I had a disorder that didn’t allow food to properly digest in my body; however, I needed to order my own ultrasound...
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