A swollen tummy, feeling bloated all the time, urinating more often, indigestion/and or nausea, changes in bowel pattern unexplained back or abdominal pain, excessive fatigue and abdominal bleeding are the usual symptoms of ovarian cancer. Like stroke, it has been know as the silent killer. US scientists have discovered that 9 out 10 women with early ovarian cancer experience symptoms. And according to them, it is vital to treat these symptoms seriously because early diagnosis and treatment means up to 90% of women with the disease survive five years or more. If these symptoms appear suddenly, are very frequent, persistent and don't respond to other treatment, it's best to consult with your doctor so treatment and medication can be applied immediately.