2.Pain during sex
Sudden menstrual changes can cause menstrual pain and pain during sex. The pain usually affects the lower back, abdomen, and the waist and gets worse during sex. It is often accompanied by fatigue. However, it is important to note that asbestos cancer is not the only type of cancer that causes painful sexual intercourse. Ovarian cancer also does.
3.Problem at the abdomen
Watch out for sudden changes in bowel habits like using the restroom more often. It may also be accompanied by constipation or indigestion. Pain and swelling in the abdomen are also not uncommon symptoms of asbestos cancer. But when you observe any of these, do not conclude because they symptoms of ovarian cancer, colon cancer, and stomach cancer as well. A proper screening will help you find out which of them is responsible.Open NEXT PAGE to continue reading …