Breast Cancer

Fallopian Tube Cancer


It is one of the rarest gynecological cancers and accounts for less than 1 – 2 % of all gynecological cancers.

Risk Factors

  • Doctors don’t know exactly the fallopian tube cancer happens. You may have a higher chance of having it if you’ve:
  • Age – In women over the age of 50

Signs and Symptoms

Some women don’t have any signs of this kind of cancer. But if you do, they can include-

  • Abdominal bloating, indigestion or nausea
  • Early satiety


  • Clinical Examination – A complete clinical examination followed by a pelvic examination. The doctor will do a pelvic exam to check if there is a pelvic mass.


  • Surgery
    • Surgery is the main treatment for fallopian tube cancer. The type of surgery depends on the stage of cancer, its size and spread.
    • Salpingo-oophorectomy


  • Is fallopian tube cancer curable?
  • Where does fallopian tube cancer spread to?
  • Are fallopian tube cysts related to fallopian tube cancer?
  • Can fallopian tube cancer cause peritoneal cancer?

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