- Sudden Weight Loss
This is an early symptom of some digestive cancers, for example, colon cancer. Weight loss can also be a symptom of liver cancer, so this condition affects the body’s ability to remove itself of waste and the appetite.
- Blood in Stool and Rectal Bleeding
These conditions can be a symptom of colorectal cancer. If you notice blood in the toilet, you should definitely visit your doctor.
- Swollen, Sore or Red Breasts
You should call your doctor, if you have any unknown changes in the breasts. You have to do this, because these symptoms can indicate breast cancer.
- Stoamch or Upset Stomach
If you have an upset stomach or stomach cramps may show colorectal cancer.
- Bleeding Between Periods or Painful or Heavy Periods
Most of the people report these problems as uterine or endometrial cancer. You should ask for a transvaginal ultrasound, if you notice anything unusual than your normal period.
- Nipple Changes
The nipples may flatten, invert and turn sideways, and it can be an indication of breast cancer.
- A Skin Lump That Bleeds Easily, Becomes Crusty or Doesn’t Heal
The problems that are mentioned above can be a symptom of melanoma – skin cancer. Check your body for any unusual spots or growths.
- Swelling of Facial Features
Patients with lung cancer often notice puffiness, swelling, or even redness. The blood is prevented from flowing from the face and head.
- Pain in the Lower Right Side or Back
Many cancer patients report these conditions. They can be also a symptom of breast cancer.
- Changes in Nails
If you have some unknown and odd changes to the fingernails, several kinds of cancer can be indicated. Brown or black dots under the nail may be a sign of skin cancer. White or pail nails can indicate liver cancer.