Ovarian cancer can affect urination, causing women to feel the need to urinate more often, with or without success. Incontinence makes it difficult to hold in urine on the way to the bathroom and urges can come on quickly. Some women also experience urinary leakage when they aren't actively trying to pass urine. These symptoms lasting more than a week may indicate an infection or more serious condition.
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