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Author Topic: (Must read) The Most Common Early Symptoms Of Cancer You Should Not Ignore  (Read 511 times)

Offline Yakub Oloyede

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One of the best ways to fight the cancer is to catch it in the early stages, when treatment is more likely to be successful. The problem is that the warning signs and early symptoms for many kinds of cancer can seem pretty mild but should not be ignored.

National Health Service in the United Kingdom has released a guidelines that make it easier to spot possible symptoms of 37 types of cancer! Here we just enumerated the most common ones, but don’t fall into panic if you find any of them as they are most likely to be caused by something much less serious than cancer.

General symptoms you should watch for: (only if they cannot be explained by any other desease)

•Weight loss or loss of appetite
•Severe or long-lasting tiredness, bleeding, fever or infection that is long‑lasting or keeps returning
•Cough, shortness of breath and/or chest pain
•Problems with movement and balance, your memory and thinking, or with pain and tiredness

Lumps, swelling and ulcers in such your body areas:

•Your neck, your lip or the inside of your mouth, a red or red and white patch on the inside of your mouth, or a mouth ulcer that’s been there for more than three weeks
•Your breast or armpit, whether you are male or female
•Your abdomen, pelvis or groin
•Your vagina, penis or testicles
•Your body, including fat, muscles, tendons, ligaments and blood vessels

Groin, pelvis or abdominal problems

•Pain or bloating in your abdomen that can’t be explained by anything else, especially if you have lost weight and are over 40
•A lump in your abdomen, pelvis or groin
•Indigestion, reflux, feeling or being sick, or vomiting blood
•Bleeding from your bottom, diarrhoea, constipation or other changes to your bowel movements
•Blood in your urine, pain when you urinate or other changes like finding it difficult to empty your bladder
•Swelling or changes to the size, shape or feel of your testicles

Other possible symptoms of cancer

•Problems swallowing food or drink, or hoarseness in your throat if you are over 40
•Jaundice, bruising or a skin rash of small red or purple spots (known as petechiae) or pallor (unusual paleness of the skin)
•Back pain, bone pain or a fracture if you are over 60, especially if you have lost weight and the symptoms aren’t caused by anything else
•New, large, changing or unusual looking moles
Skin lesions, which include damaged or injured patches of skin

If you experience any of the following symptoms visit your doctor in order to exclude cancer and determine the true reason of your condition.

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