CA-125 test

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CA-125 test

This test measures the amount of a protein called CA-125 (cancer antigen 125) in the blood. CA-125 levels are high in many women with ovarian cancer. The ovaries are a pair of female reproductive glands that store ova (eggs) and make female hormones. Ovarian cancer happens when there is uncontrolled cell growth in a woman’s ovary. Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer death in women in the U.S.

Because high CA-125 levels can be a sign of other conditions besides ovarian cancer, this test is not used to screen women at low risk for the disease. A CA-125 blood test is most often done on women already diagnosed with ovarian cancer. It can help find out if cancer treatment is working, or if your cancer has come back after you have finished treatment

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Useful for Patients

Early Detection of Cancer

Detection of Cancer Relapse

Monitoring of cancer therapy.

Test Details

Sample Type

Analysis of CTC Markers

Cancer type

All types of Cancers

Final results

7–10 days

Sample Size

7–10 ml peripheral whole blood


CA-125, which stands for “Cancer Antigen 125” is a protein that may be found in high amounts in the blood of patients with ovarian cancer. CA-125 is produced on the surface of cells and is released in the bloodstream.
Doctors frequently order a CA-125 test when they are concerned that a woman may have ovarian cancer. Because CA-125 levels can fluctuate in response to treatment, the test is also used to monitor how well treatment is working or if alternative treatment should be considered
A sample of blood is usually collected from a vein in the arm. The technician will clean and disinfect the area with an antiseptic, then an elastic band is tied around the upper arm, so that the veins swell with blood. Once a vein is found, a needle is gently inserted into the vein and blood is drawn into a small tube attached to the needle. The blood sample collected will be sent to a laboratory for analysis.

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