Some research suggests that doctors are over-testing for ovarian cancer by asking medium- and low-risk women to get routine screenings. The potential risk involved? Unnecessary invasive surgery (due to false positives), as well as unknown complications that are still being studied. The bottom line: Experts aren’t sure yet if anyone should get routine screenings, so ask for a second opinion if your doctor recommends it. You’re worth the extra attention!

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