Our bodies changes every moment but any unexplained changes are essential and can be lifesaving. Pay attention to notice when something’s different is happening to your body. Some illnesses show symptoms.
You will be able to diagnose and treat various conditions, including cancer on time if you learn to recognize these signs.
- Unexplained Weight Loss
If you have cancer, breast or lung cancer result with unexplained weight loss which mean cancer attacks and hinders the function of the liver. It can be one of the first signs to indicate colon or other digestive cancers.
- Chronic Heartburn
It may mean that you have Barrett’s esophagus or esophageal cancer if you experience a chronic heartburn,.
- Bowel Issues
Clear sign of bowel cancer is change in the bowel habits that lasts for more than a month.
- Difficulty Swallowing
It may indicate esophageal, lung or throat cancer if you experience trouble swallowing, pain or a burning sensation when swallowing food.
- Frequent Fevers or Infections
If you struggle with a persistent or prolonged fever, it mean you have lymphoma.
- Unexplained Fatigue
Symptom of various cancers can be unexplained and constant weakness and fatigue
- Shortness of Breath
It may indicate lung cancer if you experience constant shortness of breath and wheezing,
- Chronic Cough
Clear symptom of leukemia and lung tumors is persistent and irritating cough accompanied by chest pain.
Sign of ovarian cancer, accompanied by pelvic pain and feeling full is sudden and unexplained abdominal bloating
Jaundice or yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes is clear sign of liver or gallbladder disease
- Unusual Swelling or Lumps in the Body
If you notice lumps on the testicles, groin, neck, breasts, abdomen, or underarms, that last for a longer time may indicate cancer.
- Changes in Moles
When moles start to change that cause pain, and indicate cancer.
- Changes in Nails
Nails show that something is happening with us. If your nails become pale, clubbed, that is connected with several types of cancers, such as liver, skin, or lung cancer.
- Abdominal Pain
Breast, colon, rectum ovarian or uterine cancer is connected with pelvic or lower abdominal pain
- Unexplained Pain
Bone or testicular cancer is connected with chronic and unexplained pain that lasts for month.
- Abnormal Bleeding
It may mean that you have bladder, kidney, or bowel cancer if you experience blood in the urine or in the stools. A sign of uterine cancer is bleeding between periods or after menopause.