|She certainly isn't the typical age a woman is when she develops ovarian cancer. Does she have any relatives that had it?|
|for 2 years I was told "we can't find your othe ovary".
but I changed hospitals and well there it is. apparently it is quite common for supposed professionals to "miss" an ovary here or there
Now, as your (daughters) doctor has said that the condition is endometriosis that is the most likely explanation.
my advice would be to not worry about cancer when the diagnosis has already being made as something else.
Endo is quite distinctive.