Most of these signs are warning bells for cancer.
Read on to know about them.
1. Unexplained and lingering pain.
Unexplained pain in any part of the body should not be ignored. Though some types of pain come and go at will, others persist. For example, pain in the abdomen region may signal ovarian cancer, a persistent pain in the chest could mean lung cancer and so on.
2. Persistent cough or hoarseness that doesn’t get better with time.
Though allergies cause cough and cold, a persistent cough is a warning signal. You may find it strange but even non-smokers are susceptible to lung, throat and larynx cancer. Therese Bartholomew Bevers, MD of the MD Anderson Cancer Center, US, says, “Most coughs are not cancer, but a persistent cough needs to be evaluated because it can be a symptom of lung cancer.”
3. Change in bladder habits.
Finding blood in urine or having to pee more often or less often than your normal routine may be pointing towards some infection may cause cancer in bladder or kidney.
4. Change in bowel routine.
While some bowel changes may be a result of your eating disruptions or certain medications, a prolonged change in the shape, size and timing of your bowel movements may signal colon cancer.
5. Unexplained fatigue.
If you feel tired most of the times without any apparent reason, it indicates blood cancer, leukemia.
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