Student, anyone can read this forum, but only member can reply. Many of your readers may not be members. Add to that the fact that this is a kidney disease forum, and the usual posters here may not feel they have knowledge of your topic.
We are not doctors here, so cannot tell you what is going on. The symptoms of ovarian cancer are, indeed, non-specific. The only way to be sure is to see your doctor and have an exam. Why not schedule an appointment for this, and in the meantime take some deep breaths and practice your favorite relaxation activities.
If your CT and ultrasound were recent and showed normal ovaries, you probably have nothing to worry about. Try to relax while you're waiting.
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