The second symptom of the B-E-A-U-tiful acronym is Eating. If you are having trouble eating, or have a tendency to feel full quickly when you do eat, this could be a sign of ovarian cancer. If you are experiencing trouble eating or feeling full quickly for multiple days or weeks, this could be a major sign of ovarian caner present.
Weight loss is one of the main warning signs for serious bloating. If you find yourself losing more than a few pounds without changing your diet or starting a new exercise regimen, that should be cause for concern, especially if it’s 10 percent or more of your body weight. Weight loss can be caused by tumors that press on the intestines, making you feel full after just a small amount of food, or from substances secreted by tumors that suppress your appetite.
For more information on early warning signs visit the following article “10 Early Warning Signs” at the link below.
"10 Early Warning Signs of Ovarian Cancer You Shouldn’t Ignore." MaxFeed. N.p., n.d. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.