These are signs that are often ignored. Knowing these signs early enough could save lots of lives and also help prevent unrepairable damages..
What are the rare early signs of cancer?
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There as some signs that you probably have cancer;
Unusual vaginal bleeding or bloody discharge can be an early sign of cancer of the uterus. Bleeding that lasts two or more days should be medically checked.
Non-healing sores in parts of the body should raise concerns. Or you often get bruises even when you didn’t hit parts of your body on something.
When you have changes in in your period such as heavier periods or pelvic pain, then it’s time to see a doctor
Breast dimpling or discoloration is a symptom that should be taken seriously
Persistent difficulty in swallowing can be a sign of throat or lung cancer
If you experiment postmenopausal bleeding— vaginal bleeding after you’ve not had your period for a long time can be a sign of cancer.
Non healing sores in the mouth is also one of he signs that should be noted.
Some early signs of cancer may appear just like the signs of regular illnesses, but seeking medical check immediately is always very important, whether the signs are for cancer or not.
When you suddenly experience an unexplained weight loss, you can call your doctor. You do not have to be extremely worried but to be be safe, you have to seek for medical attention immediately.
Loss of blood or low blood count can be one of the symptoms of cancer. And unless there is an explained source for the loss of blood, you need to alert your doctor for immediate care.
Lumps in the testicles should be examined, whether painless or uncomfortable.
Blood in the urine and stool can be symptoms of cancer. Seeing blood in your urine could be a sign of urinary infection but seeing blood in your stool is something scary and serious attention should be given to it.
Early detection saves lives. Never ignore these symptoms.