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Woman Feels Something Moving Inside Her - Doctors Find This Growing In Her Stomach

A woman from England was going on about her daily business and everything seemed fine. The young woman first noticed something unusual one night when she got intimate with her boyfriend. It felt like something was moving inside of her abdomen during sex. That set off her suspicions, but she couldn't believe what unfolded after that.
 
Ellie Taylor-Davis said she had a very strange sensation during sex one night. "I felt something were move inside of me and I thought it was really strange – as sex had never felt like that before which freaked me out," she told The Mirror in an interview.
 
Later, when she was going to the bathroom, she noticed a similar sensation. She was curious as to what could be wrong and decided to poke around on the internet to see if there were any answers. A quick web search led her to believe she was constipated.
 
Relieved, Taylor-Davis went on with her life and ignored the strange sensation. When she went for a routine gynecological exam. She was getting fitted for a birth control device when the doctor noticed something. "A short while later when my gynecologist was about to fit the coil, she noticed a mass and asked me to take a pregnancy test," she recalled. "After it came back negative, I was sent for scans and was really worried."
 
Taylor-Davis went for an emergency ultrasound and was given the bad news: she had a cancerous tumor on her ovaries and abdomen. It was 6.3 inches long and was putting stress on her organs. That's what she felt moving in her.
 
"I was so shocked by how huge it was," she said. "I'm only a small person, I'm [five-feet two-inches] and a size six, so to have a [6.3-inch] mass the size of a baby inside of me and not know [...] was really shocking."
 
The young woman was terrified. The U.K. health care system has a bad track when it comes to treating ovarian cancer. Taylor-Davis went for more scans and they discovered more bad news: carcinoid tumors in her ovaries. These types of tumors rarely develop in ovaries.
 
"If I hadn't gone to have the coil fitted the cancer could have spread much further and I'd be none the wiser," Taylor-Davis said. "I knew something was wrong and the saying 'you know your body best' is definitely true, you have to listen to your gut instinct."
 
Taylor-Davis had surgery to remove the tumor and was shocked by it when they showed it to her. "When they took the tumor out of me it looked like an alien, it was huge and weird looking, I could believe I had that inside of me," she said.
 
Thankfully, the cancer had not spread to the lymph nodes, so she did not need chemotherapy. She's now recovering, but the scare taught her how important it is to get a checkup when something doesn't seem right. "It's really important for women to get in tune with their bodies and become aware of the changes in their own bodies," she said in an interview.
 
Get it checked out, before you discover there is an alien growing inside of you.

Source: Mirror
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