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Ovarian Cancer Nausea: Coping With Nausea and Ovarian Cancer

Dealing With Ovarian Cancer Nausea

Typical symptoms of ovarian cancer, when present, include abdominal bloating with an increase in girth, indigestion, nausea, appetite changes, pelvic pressure, urinary frequency, lethargy, and a change in bowel movements. Symptoms are typically not present in the early stages of ovarian cancer. Nausea can be debilitating. Below we’ve outlined some strategies for coping with this common symptom. Eating small meals throughout the day allows the stomach to stay active Consume bland foods, such as toast and...

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