Knowing cancer symptoms is very important,becase early detection saves lives.
According to Webster’s Dictionary: symptom – in medicine, means any condition accompanying or resulting from a disease and serving as an aid in diagnosis; a perceptible change in the body or its functions which indicates disease.
Years ago I didin’t pay to much attention to cancer symtoms. I was young, healthy. But I learn my leson and I know now how important is to listen to my body and investigate what my body is telling me.
Here are the basic symptoms of the basic cancers:
- Bladder cancer – pain in abdomen, blood in urine.
-Bone cancer – pain, swelling, fractures, weight loss, nausea, weakness.
- Brain cancer – headaches, dizzines, vision and memory problems, fatigue, weight loss, nausea.
- Breast cancer – lumps in the breast, swollen lymph nodes, discharge from the nipple.
- Colorectal cancer – blood in stools, abdominal pain, weight loss, diarrhea or constipation, loss of appetite, fatigue.
- Kidney cancer – blood in urine, back pain.
- Leukemia – paleness, fatigue, flu-like symptoms, pain in bones, swollen lymph nodes, night sweats.
- Lung cancer – persistent cough, whizzing, pain in the chest, blood in the sputum, enlarge lymph nodes.
- Melanoma – bumps in the skin, changes in the mole, easy bleeding.
- Non-Hodgkings lymphoma – swelling in the lymph nodes, neck, groin, under arm, fatigue, fever, weight loss, bone pain.
- Oral cancer – any lump in the mouth, pain, bleeding, ulcers.
- Ovarian cancer – abdominal pain, swelling, vaginal bleeding.
- Pancreatic cancer – abdominal swelling, pain, weight loss, back pain, yellowish skin color.
- Prostate cancer – back pain, pain in the pelvis, frequent urinating, pain, blood in urine.
- Stomach cancer – vomiting blood o or blood in the stool, heartburn, indigestion, nausea, vomiting, loss of apetite.
- Uterine cancer – pain in the pelvic area, bleeding, painfull urination, pain during intercourse.
Learn more. Do your own research. But always think positive, eat healthy. Reduce your cancer risk.
I want to tell you how I’m dealing with symptoms:
- Day one – I have a headache,
- Day two – I have a lover back pain,
- Day three – My headache is gone. I have a pain in my left arm.
- Day four – I’m feeling very, very tired.
- Day five – I’m feeling fine today. All pain is gone.
DIAGNOSIS: I’M GETTING OLD……………