Signs and Symptoms of Cancer

1. Cervical cancer
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Signs and symptoms of cervical cancer may include abnormal vaginal bleeding between menstrual periods or pain and bleeding after sex. If you have any of these problems, you should undergo a colposcopy examination to find out whether there are abnormal cells.

2. Uterine cancer
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Common signs and symptoms of uterine cancer are abnormal vaginal bleeding after sex, a feeling of having lump in your abdomen, and abdominal swelling.

3. Ovarian cancer
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Irregular periods, back pain after sex, bloating, digestion problems, weight loss, and back pain are the most common symptoms of ovarian cancer.

4. Leukemia
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Signs and symptoms of leukemia may include getting tired more easily, looking pale, bruises, easy skin bleeding for no reason, pain in joints, discomfort in the abdomen, and feeling lump on the left side of the abdomen.

5. Lung cancer
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Persistent cough, coughing up blood or phlegm, rapid weight loss, chest pain, breathing difficulty, and panting can all be symptoms of lung cancer.

6. Liver cancer
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Symptoms and signs of liver cancer include abdominal pain, weight loss, and yellowing of the skin and eyes.

7. Bladder cancer
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Blood in the urine is the most common symptom of bladder cancer.

8. Brain tumor
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People with a brain tumor may experience chronic headache, vomiting, dim vision, abnormalities in vision, weakness, fatigue, unexpected fainting, non-functioning body parts, numbness, and temporary paralysis.

9. Oral cancer
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Possible signs and symptoms of oral cancer may include a swelling or lump in the mouth or the tongue, an ulcer in the mouth that doesn’t heal, and chronic wounds on the gums.

10. Throat cancer
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Common signs and symptoms of throat cancer include changes in voice, a sense of a lump in the neck, difficulty swallowing, and swollen neck glands.

11. Stomach cancer
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People with stomach cancer may experience rapid weight loss, vomiting with blood, bloating, frequent indigestion, a sense of lump in abdomen, and a sense of fullness after eating a small meal.

12. Breast cancer
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The warning signs of breast cancer include blood or discharge from the nipple, thickening of the breast skin, lump in the breast, and pimple-like bumps on the breast. 9 out of 10 women experience unexplained swelling of breast lump. As they get older, hormonal changes will cause cysts. The best way to detect cysts is to consult a doctor.

13. Colorectal cancer
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Symptoms related to colorectal cancer include rapid weight loss, severe abdominal pain, irregular digestion, and dark-blood stool.

14. Lymph node cancer
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Signs and symptoms of cancer in the lymph nodes may include lump in the armpit or groin, chronic wounds, and growing moles or warts with irregular color as well as a melanoma which is very dangerous. Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that begins in the skin's pigment-producing cells, called melanocytes. These cells make melanin. According to a report, people with more than 50 ordinary moles are more likely to develop melanoma.

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