- Shortness of breath, shortness of breath
One of the first signs of lung cancer is shortness of breath.
- Constant cough or chest pain
Some cancers, including leukemia and lung cancer, can cause symptoms such as asthma or bronchitis. Some patients with lung cancer complain of chest pain that radiates to the shoulder or arm.
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These can be symptoms of leukemia, a cancer of the blood that starts in the bones. Leukemia affects the white blood cells in the bone marrow, which reduce the body’s ability to fight disease.
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Swelling is often associated with throat and larynx cancer, and is sometimes one of the first symptoms of lung cancer.
- Blood vessels and swelling in the neck, armpits and intestines.
Enlarged lymph nodes indicate changes in blood vessels that can be a sign of cancer.
- Serious injury or uncontrolled bleeding.
This symptom usually indicates that something unusual is happening in the platelets and red blood cells, which can be a sign of leukemia. Over time, the white blood cells crowd the red blood cells and platelets, causing the blood to become unable to carry oxygen and oxygen.
- Weakness and fatigue
Fatigue and weakness are symptoms of many types of cancer, so they should be considered together with other symptoms. But if you feel tired or sleepy for no apparent reason, talk to your doctor.
- Bloating or weight loss.
Many women with ovarian cancer develop sudden, unexplained lumps.
- He can’t eat
This is another symptom of ovarian cancer; Women say they have no appetite, and even if they haven’t eaten, they don’t eat.
- Pelvic or abdominal pain
Pelvic and abdominal pain along with swelling are symptoms of stomach cancer. Cancer of the blood can cause abdominal pain due to the enlargement of the gallbladder.
- Bleeding or discharge from the stool.
This is a common symptom of colon cancer. Blood in the stool itself is a reason to call the doctor and get a colonoscopy.
- Unnecessary loss
Inflammation is an early symptom of colon and other gastrointestinal cancers; It can also be a sign of cancer that has spread to the liver and affects your appetite and your body’s ability to get rid of waste.
- Abdominal or abdominal pain
Constipation or frequent indigestion may indicate colon cancer.
- Red, swollen, inflamed breasts.
These symptoms may indicate breast cancer. Talk to your doctor about breast changes you don’t understand.
- Changing the breast
One of the changes that women see before they are diagnosed with breast cancer is the flattening of the breasts that start to turn down or around the edges.
- Menstruation, unusually heavy, painful, bleeding between periods
Many women report this as a precursor to endometrial or uterine cancer. If you suspect anything other than menstruation, get a pelvic ultrasound.
- Just swelling
Some patients with lung cancer experience swelling, redness, and swelling of the face. Small cysts in the lungs often block the arteries in the chest and prevent free circulation to the head and face.
- Inflammation and swelling of the skin does not heal, it is cold and bleeds easily.
Be alert for skin cancers such as melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma, and look for unusual growths or spots anywhere on the skin.
- Nail changes
Unexplained changes in the nail can be a sign of several types of cancer. Purple or black lines or spots under the nails can indicate skin cancer, and a newly discovered “fatty” finger or an enlarged finger that bends at the tip can be a sign of lung cancer. Loose or white nails are sometimes a sign of liver disease.
- Pain in the back or lower right
Many people with ovarian cysts say that this is the first sign of liver disease. Breast cancer usually occurs when a breast tumor presses on the chest or the tumor spreads to the spine or ribs.