- Shortness of breath, shortness of breath
One of the first symptoms many lung cancer patients notice is shortness of breath.
- Chronic cough or chest pain
Several types of cancer, including leukemia and lung cancer, can cause symptoms that mimic cough and bronchitis. Some lung cancer patients report chest pain radiating to the shoulder or arm.
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- High fever or infection
These can be signs of leukemia, which is a cancer of the blood cells that starts in the bone marrow. Leukemia causes the bone marrow to produce abnormal white blood cells, which reduces the body’s ability to fight infection.
- Difficulty swallowing
Difficulty swallowing is often associated with esophageal or larynx cancer and is sometimes one of the first symptoms of lung cancer.
- Swollen lymph nodes or lumps in the neck, armpits, or groin
Swollen lymph nodes indicate changes in the lymphatic system, which can be a sign of cancer.
- Bruising and non-stop bleeding
This symptom usually indicates something abnormal is happening to the platelets and red blood cells, which can be a sign of leukemia. Over time, leukemia cells compress red blood cells and platelets, reducing the blood’s ability to carry oxygen and clot.
- Weakness and fatigue
Fatigue and general weakness are symptoms of many types of cancer and should be considered along with other symptoms. But talk to your doctor if you have unexplained fatigue and don’t respond to extra sleep.
- Bloating or weight gain
Most women with ovarian cancer report abdominal distension that comes on suddenly and has been interrupted for a long time.
- Will not be able to eat
This is another piece of information about ovarian cancer. Women say they have a lack of appetite and can’t eat even if they haven’t eaten.