Ovarian Tumour

Having an ovarian tumour detected is every woman’s worst nightmare. At Definite Cure, we help you find the best treatment options to manage ovarian tumour and even remove it successfully.


Abnormal growth of cells in the ovary cause ovarian tumours. Depending upon the types of tissues affected, ovarian tumours are of three types:

  • Epithelial tumours: Formation of tumours in the outer tissue layer of ovaries.
  • Stromal tumours: These are tumours that are formed in cells that produce hormones.
  • Germ cell tumours: These tumours develop in cells that produce eggs.

Based on the grade of the tumour, ovarian cancer can be classified as stage 1, stage 2, stage 3 and stage 4 cancer.


The common symptoms of ovarian tumours are:

  • Abnormal pain, pressure and bloating in the abdominal region.
  • Abnormal feeling of fullness after a meal.
  • Difficulty in eating.
  • Increased urination.
  • A feeling of the bladder being full always.
  • Chronic fatigue.
  • Irregularities in the menstrual cycle.
  • Back and pelvic pain.
  • Muscle weakness and inflammation.

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The common ovarian cancer causes are:

  • Family history of ovarian cancer
  • A personal history of colon, uterine and breast cancer
  • Mutation of genes that are associated with ovarian cancer such as BRCA1 and BRCA2
  • Use of hormone therapy and fertility medication
  • Conditions like endometriosis.
  • Obesity
  • No pregnancy history.

Women who are older are prone to ovarian cancer. The above mentioned factors increase the risk of cervical cancer but may not be the direct cause of the condition.




The first step of treatment is ovarian tumour diagnosis. This starts with a pelvic exam and includes other tests like:

  • Biopsy of ovary tissue sample
  • Blood test
  • Pelvic and abdominal CT scan
  • Ultrasound

Ovarian tumour treatment includes the following procedures:

  • Surgical removal: This is the main treatment procedure to treat ovarian tumour. Often, however, complete uterus removal is necessary. In later stages, removal of ovaries, fallopian tubes and other tissues in the pelvic region may also be inevitable.
  • Targeted therapy: Radiation and chemotherapy are used to target only the cancerous cells without causing any damage to normal cells around the area of tumour development
  • Palliative care: Also known a supportive care, this treatment procedure is used during later stages of ovarian cancer to help people manage pain and prolong their lives.



The gynaecologists and surgeons at Definite Cure have several years of experience with ovarian tumour treatment. Our high end equipment and treatment procedures also ensure a better success rate.

Definite Cure aims at finding the most convenient and pain-free treatment options to help you live a normal and healthy life faster.

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