Sampung Maagang Senyales ng Kanser Sa Ating Katawan na Madalas Natin Binabalewala

Life is pretty uncertain, we never know whats next for us.

When it comes to aches, pains, and other health problems, just because something seems minor doesn't mean you shouldn't take it seriously.

Signs and symptoms are both signals of injury, illness, disease – signals that something is not right in the body.

Cancer Research U.K revealed that more 50% of adults have experienced cancer-related symptoms, yet only two percent of them believed or even thought that cancer could be a possible cause.

“So while awareness of many of these signs and symptoms is quite high, very few people mention cancer as a possible cause when it’s them who is experiencing the symptom" says University College London.

Reasons to see your doctor

1. Weight loss without trying: Losing 10 pounds or more that isn’t on purpose may be a sign of cancer. This happens most often with cancers of the pancreas, stomach and esophagus.

2. Fatigue: Extreme tiredness that doesn’t get better with rest may be a symptom of several different cancer types including leukemia, colon cancer, or stomach cancer.

3. Pain: Bone cancer may cause pain. A headache that does not go away or get better with treatment may be a symptom of a brain tumor. Back pain can be a symptom of cancer of the colon or ovary.

4. Skin Changes: Any wart, mole, freckles that changes color and size should be checked for melanoma or other types of skin cancer. Other skin changes that can be symptoms of cancer include darker looking skin, yellowish skin and eyes. reddened skin, itching, or excessive hair growth.

5. Change in bowel or bladder habits: Long-term constipation, diarrhea, or a change in size of the stool may be a sign of colon or rectal cancer. Pain when passing urine, blood in the urine, or a change such as needing to go more or less often than usual could be related to bladder or prostate cancer.

6. Sores that do not heal: Skin cancer may bleed and look like sores that don’t heal. A long-lasting sore in the mouth could be an oral cancer, especially in people who smoke, chew tobacco, or often drink alcohol. Sores on the genital area may either be signs of infection or an early cancer.

7. Unusual bleeding: Coughing up blood may be a sign of lung cancer. Blood in the stool (which can look like very dark or black stool) could be a sign of colon cancer. Abnormal vaginal bleeding may be a sign of cervical or endometrial cancer. Blood in the urine may be a sign of bladder or kidney cancer. A bloody discharge from the nipple may be a sign of breast cancer.

8. Lump: Many cancers can be felt through the skin. These cancers occur mostly in the breast, testicle, lymph nodes (glands), and the soft tissues of the body. Some breast cancers show up as red or thickened skin rather than a lump.

9. Indigestion or trouble swallowing:Problems that don’t go away may be signs of cancer of the esophagus, stomach, or throat.

10. Nagging cough or hoarseness: A cough that does not go away may be a sign of lung cancer. Hoarseness can be a sign of cancer of the voice box (larynx) or thyroid gland.

Source: Natural Tips For Beauty 
Sampung Maagang Senyales ng Kanser Sa Ating Katawan na Madalas Natin Binabalewala Sampung Maagang Senyales ng Kanser Sa Ating Katawan na Madalas Natin Binabalewala Reviewed by LVS Staff on September 01, 2018 Rating: 5
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