Sometimes women with fallopian tube cancer do not have symptoms. Other times, the signs are vague and like those of other conditions. Symptoms vary from woman to woman.
If you have fallopian tube cancer, you may have:
- Abnormal vaginal bleeding, especially after menopause
- Abdominal or pelvic pain or pressure
- Unusual vaginal discharge that is white, clear or tinged with pink
- A mass in the pelvic region
- Unusual fatigue
- Unexplained weight loss or gain
- Bloating and/or a feeling of fullness, even after a light meal
These symptoms do not always mean you have fallopian tube cancer. However, it is important to discuss any symptoms with your doctor, since they may signal other health problems.
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