Nowadays, cancer is one of the most dangerous diseases, and we should be very careful in order to spot it on time. We can do that if we pay a close attention to all the changes on our body. It is crucial to listen to your organism in order to notice anything odd, unexplainable or different.
Today we will present you the most important signs and symptoms that are commonly overlooked:
- Abdominal weight gain or bloating.
Many woman who experienced abdominal bloating over a long period of time have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
- Excessive bleeding or bruising
A sign of leukemia is when something abnormal is happening with your red blood cells and platelets. Leukemia impairs the blood’s ability to carry oxygen and clot.
- Unable to eat and feel full
Not being able to eat can also be a symptom of ovarian cancer. Many women who reported not being able to eat, in the end were diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
- Abdominal or pelvic pain
Cramping and pain in the abdomen and pelvis usually indicate ovarian cancer. Abdominal pain can be also caused by leukemia.
- Fatigue and Wheezing
Whenever you feel exhausted without explanation, you should consult with your doctor since weakness and generalized fatigue are a symptoms of many types of cancer.
- Shortness of breath and wheezing
Inability to catch the breath is one of the first signs noticed by many cancer patients.
- Chest pain or chronic cough
Persisten coughing can be a sign of lung tumors and leukemia. Some lung cancer patients reported chest pain that extended down the arm and into the shoulder, so if you experience this kind of pain, consult your doctor.
- Lumps on your neck, underarms, groin or swollen lymph nodes.
Changes in the lymphatic system can be caused by enlarged lymph nodes, which can be a symptom of cancer
- Infections or frequent fevers
if you are experiencing contant fevers and infections, it can be a sing of leukemia. Leukemia is sapping the body’s infection fighting capabilities and causes the marrow to produce abnormal white blood cells.
- Trouble swallowing
Those people who reported difficulty in swallowing were later diagnosed with throat and esophageal cancer. Moreover, it is the first sign of lung cancer as well.