1. UNEXPLAINED WEIGHT LOSS:
This symptom usually points out to colon and other digestive cancers. Additionally, it could be a sign of cancer that has spread to the liver, affecting the appetite and the ability of the body to eliminate toxins.
2. CHANGES IN THE NAILS:
Fingernail changes could indicate several cancers. For example, a brown or black streak or a dot under the nail could be a symptom of skin cancer, whereas the newly-discovered “clubbing”- enlargement of the ends of the finger with nails that curve down over the tips- could indicate lung cancer. Furthermore, pale or white nails could sometimes be a symptom of liver cancer.
3. SWOLLEN FACE:
Many lung cancer patients have swollen or red face due to the fact that lung tumors block the chest blood vessels and restrict the blood flow to the face.
4. SORE/SKIN LUMPS:
Check every skin and as these lumps or bleeds may indicate skin cancer or basal cell melanoma.
5. RED/ SWOLLEN/SORE BREASTS:
A clear sign of breast cancer.
6. NIPPLE CHANGES:
The most common change before a final diagnosis is made. The nipple might be inverted, flat or sideways.
7. PAINFUL AND STRANGE PERIODS OR IN BETWEEN PERIOD SPOTTING:
This might be uterus cancer. Do a trans-vaginal ultrasound if you have heavier periods.
8. SHORT BREATH/ WHEEZING:
Indicates of lung cancer.
9. CHRONIC COUGH/CHEST PAIN:
Indicates on a several types of cancer like leukemia, this is followed with bad cough, lung cancer is followed with