A inflated tummy can be a sign of cancer
If women suffer repeated at a bloating, can hide behind the discomfort, also a serious medical condition. In addition to intolerances, intestinal suffering, lack of exercise or mental health problems, too, can be a cancer cause.
Bloating can be a sign of cancer
That gets you to the consumption of certain foods for a bloated belly, is not uncommon. If, however, women have again and again for no apparent reason, bloating, you should consult a doctor. Because this can be a sign of cancer. A British Organisation, “Target Ovarian Cancer”.
Ovarian cancer is one of the most aggressive tumors
“The ovarian cancer (ovarian cancer) is one of the most aggressive tumors and is the second most common malignant disease of female sexual organs,” writes the German cancer society on their website.
“The great danger in this type of Tumor is that it is usually discovered very late, since a long time, occur first, no symptoms,” says the expert.
However, even if this form of cancer usually no early symptoms, there are signs that, in principle, be noisy, and the woman doctor should go.
To increase and indefinite indigestion/bloating and flatulence include, according to the experts, among other things, an increase in waist circumference without weight.
Knowledge can save lives
Especially to the latter, “Target Ovarian Cancer”. As the non-profit organization writes on its website, show new research findings that women, who frequently suffer from bloating, changing more of your food than to go to a doctor to find the cause.
“Half (50 percent) of women in the UK said they would have something to do with their diet, while one in three (34 percent) said they would consult a doctor, if you do Worry about bloating,” write the experts.
Previous research of the “Target Ovarian Cancer” have shown that only one out of five women continued to know the end of flatulence as a Symptom of ovarian cancer – a disturbingly low Rate.
Mainly because ovarian cancer is diagnosed in two-thirds of the women when the cancer has already spread.
The organization wants to encourage women to pick-lasting bloating, seek medical advice.
“Women should not risk due to a lack of Knowledge about the symptoms of ovarian cancer your life,” says Annwen Jones of the “Target Ovarian Cancer”.
“If women are ovarian cancer symptoms persistent to know the end of flatulence and are able to connect them at an early stage with ovarian cancer, lives can be saved.” (ad)