You can have fallopian tube cancer for a long period without experiencing any symptoms; silently, the disease continues its damaging effects in your tube. When symptoms finally emerge, they may be taken for those of other medical conditions.
In general, if you have fallopian tube cancer, you can experience:
- presence of pelvic mass or lump
- sensation of pressure in the abdomen
- white, clear or pinkish vaginal discharge
- general malaise
- abdominal pain
- bleeding after menopause.