Cancer which is a group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth. With the potential to invade or spread to other parts of the body.
Has its early stages, cancer usually has no symptoms, but eventually a malignant tumour will grow large enough to be detected.
As it continues to grow, it may press on nerves and produce pain, penetrate blood vessels and cause bleeding. With interfere with the function of a body organ or system.
The earlier a cancer is detected, the more likely it is that treatment will be successful. Understanding what symptoms and changes to your body to look out for could be important.
The following symptoms may indicate the presence of some form of cancer:
12. Coughing-up blood
This can be a sign of a serious medical condition. Infections, cancer, and problems in blood vessels or in the lungs themselves can be responsible.
11. Persistent headaches
Persistent headache May be experienced as a tight band of pain around your head, a dull ache or pressure. May cause mild to moderate pain on both sides of the head.
10. Unexplained loss of weight or appetite
Signs of decreased appetite include not wanting to eat, unintentional weight loss. And not feeling hungry and could be a sign of cancer