This is due to the fact that if diagnosed in its early stages, the cancer is treated more easily and the chances of cure are greatest. Although these signs may not indicate cancer, fortunately, however, it is of great importance to ignore them, but check their condition as soon as possible.
There are over 200 different types of cancer, including breast, ovarian, endometrial, prostate, lung, bladder, colorectal, pancreas and kidney (renal) and melanoma and leukemia.
mainly due to the fact that they are commonly diagnosed when in advanced stages, these cancers have low survival rate. So, read on to learn the most common symptoms of cancer warning and prevent further complications:
Sudden weight loss
I n the case of solid tumors, such as breast and lung cancer, the person may experience sudden weight loss. This is due to the fact that as soon as the cancer goes to the liver, its function, which is weakens eliminate toxins and regulate appetite. Moreover, weight loss may also result from colon cancer also.
This is a common symptom of cancer, such as:
shortness of breath or wheezing
the wheezing and shortness of breath can be a symptom of several conditions, coupled with a tumor in the lungs. Namely, in the case of lung cancer, tumor and presses narrow airways, leading to a hissing sound.
infections or constant fevers
Fever may be caused by an infection, but persistent fever and prolonged also they may indicate cancer, such as lymphoma. In addition, leukemia, which is in fact cancer cells from the blood, leading to similar signs flu, including infections, fever, aches, fatigue and so on.
chest pain and persistent cough
There are times when the signs of cancer, such as leukemia or lung cancer, can resemble a cough or bronchitis. The person may experience chest pain that extends to the arm or shoulder.
In addition, if you suffer from a persistent cough or have a hoarse voice, and not smoking, visit your doctor and check their status, as it may have esophageal, lung, thyroid or laryngeal cancer.
Exhaustion and weakness
you should consult your doctor if your weakness or fatigue does not reduce after get enough sleep and rest.
Blood in the stool may be a sign of bowel cancer and blood in the urine it may be a sign of urinary tract infection, which can result from kidney cancer or bladder.
In addition, bleeding between periods or bleeding after menopause may indicate cervical and endometrial cancer. Colorectal cancer can lead to bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract.
In the case of leukemia, the person may experience bruising and immoderate bleeding, and coughing up blood may be a sign of the esophagus, while vomiting blood may indicate stomach cancer .
Especially in the case of the elderly, change in bowel movements that persists a month is a symptom of bowel cancer.
unusual lumps or swelling
Never ignore lumps in the testicles, neck, armpits, groin, chest, abdomen or other body parts, especially if more than three weeks are left. Moreover, in the case of breast cancer, a person can have lymph node or protuberance enlarged, swelling, redness and pain.
In the case of a throat or esophageal cancer, the person may have difficulty swallowing or you may feel that there is food in the chest or throat that worsens over time. Moreover, other common signs are pain and burning sensation when swallowing.
pelvic or abdominal pain
Pain in the lower abdomen or pelvic area, with heaviness pelvic, it can be a symptom of ovarian cancer.
Usually, women who have never conceived, have had breast, ovarian or colorectal cancer run in the family and who have previously been diagnosed with breast colon cancer, uterine or rectal cancer at increased risk.