How does fallopian tube cancer affect the body?

Diana Meeks
Diana Meeks on behalf of Sigma Nursing
Family Practitioner

Fallopian tube cancer is the irregular growth of cells within one or both of the fallopian tubes. The flow of fluid may get blocked, causing pain when the fallopian tubes become bloated. In the syndrome hydrops tubae profluens, which consists of pelvic mass, pelvic pain, and abundant vaginal discharge, the disappearance of the mass is associated with resolution of the pelvic pain. Fallopian tube cancer can also lead to vaginal bleeding and a bloating sensation.

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