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The first symptoms that prove that a cancer is spreading in your body

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Although some types of cancer are silent and late-onset, it is essential to be able to detect the most common signs that may indicate that cancer cells are spreading through your body. Thus, by benefiting from rapid screening, your chances of recovery and survival are considerably increased. What are the signs of cancer not to be neglected?

At an early stage, some signs give warning. Detecting them allows early consultation and maximizing the chances of recovery. It should not be delayed to consult as soon as the first symptoms appear, in order to benefit from the appropriate treatment and to overcome the tumor when it is not very aggressive.
There are two types of tests and exams to be done to diagnose cancer, to locate the tumor and to determine its evolution.

– A blood test: necessary for some biological or chemical tests;
– Imaging exams: scintigraphy, ultrasounds, mammograms, scanners, radios, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

What are the alarming signs of cancer?

Knowing the warning signs of cancer is an advantage because the sooner the patient gets it, the more effective the treatments and the chances of remission. Here are the main ones:

– The onset or worsening of shortness of breath and difficulty breathing in the absence of a heart problem, combined with a state of advanced fatigue, are the symptoms of bronchial cancer.

– A persistent oily or dry cough, accompanied by sputum, thoracic or back pain that intensifies during breathing may reveal lung cancer or leukemia.

– There is a link between fever and lung cancer especially when it lasts a long time or is associated with other particularly alarming symptoms.

– Dysphagia or swallowing disorder of solid foods is the first symptom of esophageal cancer.

– Some cancers can cause ganglia including digestive cancers, leukemia, lymphoma, and breast cancer.

– Hematomas sometimes occur in case of leukemia or lymphoma

– Chronic fatigue and loss of tone associated with other symptoms may predict cancer

– Unexplained weight loss and mass formation in the abdominal or pelvic area are clinical signs of ovarian cancer.

– As cancer progresses, sufferers lose appetite and experience sudden weight loss

– Colon cancer is manifested by intense intestinal cramps, digestive disorders, bloating in the lower abdomen, discomfort while seated

– Bleeding in the stool is a suggestive symptom of colorectal cancer

– Weight loss occurs primarily in cancers of the esophagus, intestines, lungs, stomach and pancreas

– In case of colon cancer, bowel obstruction causes abdominal pain

– Inflammatory breast cancer produces swelling and pain in the chest

– Inflammation, a change in breast size, secretions, nipple retraction, padded skin are early warning signs for breast cancer

The first symptoms that prove that a cancer is spreading in your body

– Vaginal bleeding outside the rules should not be neglected. This can hide a cancer of the cervix.

When the superior vena cava, which circulates blood from the head, neck, arms, and thorax to the heart, is partially occluded, it causes fluid build-up or swelling of the face, neck, or upper from the body. Vein compression syndrome is caused by cancers of the lung, thorax and esophagus

– Skin cancer, the most common of which is melanoma, usually appears as skin lesions, and then there is a black or dark brown patch on the skin that thickens and changes appearance

– If you notice pigment streaks underneath the nail, this can sometimes indicate a nail melanoma

– Bone, bladder, prostate or pancreatic cancers cause back pain.

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