What caues pelivic cramps post menopause?
DO not worry
Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns.
DO not worry . You do not have ovarian cancer.
Cramping has nothing to do with ovarian cancer.
Also these test coming negative is sufficient evidence that you do not have ovarian cancer.
Other causes of cramping are lower intestinal causes like irritable bowel disease or colitis.
If its really bothersome you might need a gastroenterologist to see you.
Feel free to consult me directly
Dr. Som Biswas M.D. XXXXXXX
Cramps are never a common component of ovarian cancer.
You certainly do not have ovarian cancer
As to what is causing the cramps the factors can be many. It is difficult to tell without a physical examination.
Even multiple polyps can cause so.
A CEA is done for colon cancer and yes if its normal then chances of colon cancer is less though its not a 100% accurate tumor marker.
You will need repeat checkup and colonoscopy to find the cause of the cramps.
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