This abnormal bleeding should be treated after diagnosing it's cause, which can be done by speculum examination viewing your vagina and cvix and at the same time obtaining a high vaginal swab
and a PAP smear, +/- colposcopy if necessary.
This bleeding issue is not related to ovarian cancer
. But, Since you have a family history of ovarian cancer, I will give you the recommendations for management of women with high risk of ovarian cancer:
1- counseling with a geneticist and genetic testing
for BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes.
2- screening by transvaginal ultrasound
every 6-12 months.
3- taking combined oral contraceptive pills
as long as you don't wish to get pregnant.
4- if the risk is well documented, you can surgically remove your ovaries once you have completed your family.
5- annual mammography is also recommended after age 30.
At the end I wish you the best of luck and good health.
Dr. Ahmed Bahaa.