Potential Warning Signs of Cancer that People Too Often Ignore!

Potential Warning Signs of Cancer that People Too Often Ignore!


Potential Warning Signs of Cancer that People
Too Often Ignore! Many people around the world suffer from this
terrible disease! Which means that you should be very careful
and it’s very important for you to pay attention to these warning signs and symptoms. The bad thing is that most people usually
ignore these symptoms! It’s very important to diagnose the condition
in its early stage, so you can get proper medical treatment. There are more than 200 types of cancer. The most common types include lung, prostate,
breast, ovarian, bladder, colorectal, kidney (renal), pancreatic, and endometrial cancers
as well as melanoma and leukemia. The survival rate for most of these cancers,
especially lung cancer, is often quite poor because more often than not, they are not
diagnosed until they are already in an advanced stage, making them harder to treat. So, be careful and don’t ignore these warning
signs: Rectal Bleeding. You’ll be shocked when we tell you that
colon cancer is the third most common cancer in women. One of the hallmarks is rectal bleeding, which
many people link to hemorrhoids, the most common cause. Red or dark blood in your stool means you
should visit your doctor. Bloating. Did you know that the ovarian cancer is the
No. 1 killer of all the reproductive-organ cancers? These are the most common ovarian cancer symptoms: bloating, feeling that you’re getting full,
earlier than you typically would when eating, changing bowel or bladder habits, such as
urinating more frequently, low back or pelvic pain. Unexplained Weight Gain or Loss. Here’s what you need to know – well, you
shouldn’t be worried if you suddenly put on 5 pounds, but gaining excess weight month
to month — especially if you usually maintain a normal weight. It can be due to a buildup of fluid in the
belly area related to ovarian cancer and warrants a checkup with your doctor. The American Cancer Society says it could
be linked to pancreatic, stomach, esophagus, or lung cancer. Persistent cough, that lasts more than 2 or
3 weeks and is not due to an allergy or upper respiratory infection, or one that produces
blood, needs to be checked by your doctor. If your cough may be caused by smoking or
being exposed to secondhand smoke, get it checked out, because smoking is the number
one cancer killer of women. Unfortunately, the bad thing is that you don’t
have to be a smoker to be at risk. The majority of lung cancers that nonsmokers
get also occur in women. Frequent fevers or infections. Well, the experts say that a fever may simply
indicate that your body is fighting an infection! But, a persistent or prolonged fever can be
a sign of a cancerous condition, such as lymphoma. Leukemia, a cancer of the blood cells, can
also cause symptoms like frequent infections, fevers, fatigue, aches, and other flu-like
symptoms. Irregular Bleeding. Here’s what you need to know – once you
hit menopause (defined as 12 months without a period), any postmenopausal bleeding is
a warning sign. Any bleeding, staining, little drops on your
underwear, or big clots are abnormal and should be immediately investigated. Fatigue. Can I ask you a simple question – do you
know what’s fatigue? Fatigue is extreme tiredness that does not
get better with rest. So if you’re often fatigued. Leukemia, colon, or stomach cancer — which
can cause blood loss — can result in fatigue. Fatigue can be a serious problem and it’s
easy to ignore. Skin Changes. Be careful and keep an eye on any changes
you notice on your skin all over your body, and call your doctor right away if anything
concerns you. Sores in the mouth that don’t heal especially
if you smoke or drink alcohol — may be signs of oral cancer and should be checked by your
doctor.