If you’ve been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, there’s a chance you also may have one or more other medical conditions.
A bowel obstruction can be a complication of ovarian cancer. You’re more likely to get this if your cancer is advanced.
Peritoneal cancer is related to the most common kind of ovarian cancer. The two illnesses cause some of the same symptoms.
When ovarian cancer spreads, cancer cells may reach your liver, lungs, or other places in your body.
Sometimes, ovarian cancer spreads to nearby organs like your liver. When that happens, it’s called metastasis.
Though ovarian cancer could come back anywhere in your body, it most commonly recurs close to the original cancer site.
Ovarian cancer can raise your risk for developing a different, second cancer in another part of the body later on.