4. There are blood clots in your period.
Everyone’s period is different — it can be lighter, darker, heavier, and so on. And it’s absolutely okay if you notice a clot or 2 every once in a while. However, if your blood turns dark and the clots are consistent and huge in size,
this could be a sign that you have uterine fibroids. These non-cancerous growths in your uterus can cause abnormal bleeding and even bladder issues.
3. You have no interest in your favorite foods.
Do you feel full all the time and have difficulty finishing even a small meal? Have you completely lost your appetite recently?
All these changes in your usual eating habits could be a sign of ovarian cancer, especially if they are combined with abdominal pain and changes in your bowel habits.