6 Possible Signs And Symptoms Of Cancer

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6 Possible Signs And Symptoms Of Cancer

Learn how to recognize possible symptoms of cancer in order to protect yourself. Of course, it could be some not so serious disease, but If you have any of the following symptoms it is time to react and immediately check what is wrong.

Bloating

Bloating is not unusual for many women, especially near menstruation time. But if it does not disappear, and continues in the next few weeks, it is possible to be a symptom for ovarian cancer.

Other symptoms may include pain in the abdomen and pelvis, sudden urge to urinate, feeling of fullness, even if you ate a little.

Nipple Change

Nipples are another part of the female body that can change. They can change their shape or form, or they can suddenly inverted (pulled in, retracted). If this happen, do not forget to contact your doctor. Does not mean that it comes to breast cancer, but it is better to be sure.

Abnormal Bleeding

Bleeding between two periods or after menopause has occurred it is one of the common symptoms of endometrial cancer, but that does not mean that is for sure.

Unusual bleeding also include bleeding from the rectum, which may indicate colon cancer. Blood in the urine can be a sign of cancer of the bladder or kidneys.

 Unexpected Weight Loss

Unexpected weight loss when you are not on a diet or you are not exercising often, it may be a sign of several health problems. It’s about losing a few pounds in one month or more. That is possible to be a symptom for cancer or hyperthyroidism.

High Temperature

The high temperature when you have a cold or flu can be dangerous sign that you should not ignore. Fever is a sign that there is inflammation in the body, and this is one of the ways how starts leukemia.

Man lying in bed, with thermometer in mouth, close-up (Enhancement)

Of course, fever is a symptom of any disease or infection, but if it is persistent and without any associated symptoms you should be worried.

 Unstoppable Cough

Unremitting cough is defined by a period of four to eight weeks or longer, and if it not comes to common cold, flu or allergy, it is possible to be a symptom for lung cancer.

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