Hi there, hopefully i can help you out
I was diagnosed with ovarian, cervical and uterine cancer when i was 25 yrs old........... I can defnitly say i didnt experience the symptooms your listing.
I had consistant bleeding on and off for about 6 months with clots that would frighten even the least anxious person, i never had any pain but I did have a constant feeling of something pushing in my womb (these were my cycts) i went for my pap test early and they found abnormal cells in my cervics, further testing showed them to be malignant, i was taken into hospital and tested everywhere had a internal scan and they found masses on my ovaries, my womb and my cevics. After 5 yrs of radiation and chemotherapy im now 16 months in remission and awaiting a radical hysterectomy (i refused one as i wanted another baby), i was told i would never have any more children ( i had a son of 10 nrly 11 at the time) due to all my chemotherapy and radition i would probably be infertile, within 6 weeks of trying to get pregnant i was in fact........PREGNANT!!!! I gave birth to my 2nd child my beautiful little miracle baby Lucy on 31 July 2012. ow im ready to have it all removed so it doesnt come back to bite me in the ass...........or the womb should i say.
Getting back on track every single symptom our describing my mom had whe she 1st started the change of life...... she felt terrible, sweats, abdominal pain, spotting on and off forthe 1st year or 2 she had the same symptoms of a UTI needing to pee constantly, she also had a really bad change in her natural vaginal fluid it would fluctuate between normal to being just absoloutly yuck, she was the same as you she feared ovarian cancer or prolapse or something terrible, she went to the dr and saw a gynocologist, they tested her pap smear the lot and everything came back normal apart from the vaginal sisharge which was constably changing due to hormones going nuts, the pain in her tummy was due to the normal fluid we create without a period going back up into her wom and into her tubes, nothing serious .... they put her on different HRT (hormone replacement therapy) and within a month the pain, the UTI sensation and the abnormal discharge had disappeared.
also polycystic ovary symdrome can still occur in older women during the change its not cancerous its just painful and irritating and the best thing for it is steroid drugs or havin your ovaries removed.
All in all i think your going to be fine and explain what your feeling to your dr and as for a referal to your gynocologist but i think the likelyhood of cancer is slim to none .
I hope this helps