Feb 01, 2006 - 12:18 pm
Mrs. King died of redpiratory failure on February 7, 2006. It has not been reported very well that she was in Mexico battling advanced ovarian cancer when she passed. It was widely reported that she had a stroke caused by a blood clot in August 2005.
Because I've had the experience of finding out that lower body cancer can cause hypercoagluation of blood resulting in blood clots which can result in strokes, it has been a personal mission of mine to try to emphasize that blood clots - manifested by swollen leg(s) and shortness of breath/lung pain could indicate cancer. Blood clots can cause strokes and death, so the condition must be treated as soon as possible.
Treating someone for blood clots is easy enough-blood thinners can alleviate the situation-but if a woman has other symptoms such as Pressure or bloating in your abdomen, Constant and progressive changes in bowel or bladder patterns, Persistent digestive problems, Ongoing excessive fatigue, Abnormal vaginal bleeding, Pain during intercourse, she should be encouraged to get to the bottom of those problems as soon as possible.