One of the most common diseases nowadays that even appears without symptoms is cancer. Until people get a real diagnosis, they can’t know that it had struck them. Some of the symptoms can be obvious, but some are very hard to detect.
Here, we’re presenting you 10 signs that you might be developing cancer. If you notice any of them, visit a doctor so that you can rule out the possibility of cancer or treat it as soon as possible.
1. A lump beneath the skin
People who do self-examinations often by touching their breasts can often notice these lumps. It is very important to get to know your own body so that you can notice any change. You should do these self-examinations often. Make sure you notice any change on your throat, breasts, armpit, skin, abdomen and armpit. Make sure you avoid the possibility they develop into tumors.
2. Itchy skin
Cancer is treated by our body like bacteria. Our immune system will use white blood cells to try and destroy it. The blood flow in the area with cancer will be increased, so the very same area will be red, warm, feel itchy and tight.
3. Wounds that don’t heal
Cuts or injuries that need a very long time to heal, may signify that you’re developing cancer.
Make sure you always have clean wounds. Perform blood analyses often o that you can be sure that there’s nothing wrong.
4. Bumps on the mouth or tongue
Bumps that appear on the gums, throat or in the mouth which are colored by any chance should be examined right away.
5. Trouble swallowing or loss of appetite
When your digestive process is disrupted in any way, you can’t get all the nutrients from the food. All the other body functions suffer because of the affected organs.
6. Changes in bowel movements
When you feel some changes in the stool and lasts for more than 2 days, should worry you. If you discover blood in your stool, it can signify colon cancer. That should be examined immediately.
Some of the other common changes are very dark or very light colored stool, pain during elimination, diarrhea, mucus or constipation. Visit your doctor as soon as possible.
7. Changes in urination
Your bladder also has to work perfectly. Any change in the smell, color or flow of the urine, as well as the presence of foam or maybe blood should be checked as soon as possible so that your doctor can be sure that cancer isn’t growing in your body.
Bleeding which isn’t connected to your menstrual cycle should be examined right away. Any type of blood excretion from the nipples, uterus or anywhere in the body should be checked immediately.
9. Changes in voice
Larynx cancer can show changes in your voice as well as the tone and pitch.
Coughing that appears often and isn’t related to cold or the flu can be related to throat, lung, stomach or esophagus cancer, so make sure you check it as soon as possible.
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