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Nobody should rely on routine examination and tests, when it comes to preventing various diseases including cancer. It is also important to pay attention to anything unexplainable, odd and different.

Commonly Overlooked Signs

  1. Chest Pain or Chronic Cough

Bronchitis and bad cough can be indications of some types of cancer, including lung tumors and leukemia. Patients who are experiencing lung cancer explain having chest pain that actually extends down the arm and up into their shoulders.

  1. Shortness of Breath or Wheezing

One of the first symptoms of lung cancer is the inability to catch their breath.

  1. Difficulty Swallowing

This is often linked to esophageal and throat cancer. In many cases it is the first sign of lung cancer.

  1. Infections or Frequent Fevers

These are common signs of cancer of the blood cells –leukemia. This disease affects the ability of the human body to fight infections

  1. Bleeding That Doesn’t Stop or Excessive Bruising

It is a condition which shows that something strange is happening with the red blood cells. It can be a symptom of leukemia.

  1. Lymps on the underarm, neck or groin or swollen lymph nodes

When we have certain changes in the lymphatic system, it can be a sigh of cancer.

  1. Abdominal Weight Gain or Bloating

Most of the women who are experiencing ovarian cancer have reported abdominal bloating for a long period of time.

  1. Weakness

This condition can indicate many types of cancer. If you feel exhausted without any particular explanation, you should talk to your doctor.

  1. Abdominal Pain or Pelvic

Cramping and pain in the abdomen and in the pelvis can be symptoms for ovarian cancer. Leukemia may also cause abdominal pain.

  1. Unable to Eat And Feeling Full

This is another sign of ovarian cancer. Many women say that they are not able to eat and have no appetite, even when they have not eaten food for any time.


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