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12 Cancer Signs Mostly Ignored by Women

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Published on Sep 11, 2018

Women should not ignore these Cancer signs. A woman’s body is constantly changing. The older she gets, the more her body will change. Unfortunately some of the changes that women go through may seem normal, but in actuality they’re not. In some cases, these symptoms can be cancer signs.

Timestamps:
1. Changes In the Breasts: 1:12
2. Bloating: 1:44
3. Bleeding Between Periods: 2:30
4. Changes In The Nails: 2:53
5. Blood In the Urine Or Stool: 3:36
6. Lymph Nodes Changing: 3:56
7. Can’t Swallow: 4:29
8. Unexpected Weight Loss: 4:54
9. Heartburn: 5:29
10. Changes of the Mouth: 6:15
11. Developing a Fever: 6:30
12. A Cough: 6:56

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Summary:
Here are 12 common cancer signs that are mostly ignored by most women.

1. Changes In the Breasts: In many cases, a lump on the breast doesn’t necessarily mean cancer. But if you notice a lump on your breast, you should consult your doctor. Also, if you notice any nipple discharge, nipples turning inward, or any redness or scaling of your nipple, make sure you tell your doctor that as well.

2. Bloating: According to Marleen Myers, an oncologist at NYU Langone Medical Center, women are natural bloaters. Constant bloating can be one of the common cancer signs that many women ignore. It could be colon cancer, ovarian cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, or even pancreatic cancer. Never ignore any unusual changes to your body!

3. Bleeding Between Periods: If you’re continuously spotting between periods, go speak to your doctor. Any bleeding that is not part of the menstrual cycle may be due to many different causes. Your doctor will want to rule out endometrial cancer, so be sure to notice any changes to your menstrual cycle.

4. Changes In The Nails: A small brown vertical stripe in one of your toenails might be a sign of melanoma. So if you notice any peculiar changes to your toe nails, you might want to contact your doctor to ensure it may not be a sign of melanoma.

5. Blood In the Urine Or Stool: In most cases, blood in the urine or stool is caused by hemorrhoids. But it can also be a sign of colon cancer. If you’re bleeding from an area that doesn’t usually bleed, consult your doctor. Especially if this bleeding lasts for more than two days.

6. Lymph Nodes Changing: In most cases, the lymph nodes change when they become infected. The infections are usually harmless and the body fights them off. But in some cases, such as leukemia and lymphoma, they also cause the lymph nodes to swell. If the swelling is present for at least a month, speak to your doctor.

7. Can’t Swallow: It’s natural to have trouble swallowing at times. But if it is happening often, and vomiting and weight loss are also present, you may have throat or stomach cancer. If these symptoms have not subsided after a few weeks, go speak to your doctor so he/she can properly examine you.

8. Unexpected Weight Loss: if you notice that you have not made any changes to your diet or exercise regimen but are still losing weight, visit a medical clinic to rule out the potential for cancer or any other illnesses.

9. Heartburn: Heartburn can be caused by excessive food or alcohol consumption. It will eventually go away with time and rest. If the heartburn does not go away, or it gets worse, it could be stomach, ovaries or throat cancer. In addition, constant heartburn will damage the lining of the esophagus, which can develop into Barrett’s esophagus. This condition raises the risk of developing throat cancer.

10. Changes of the Mouth: For women who smoke, look for white, yellow or gray patches inside your mouth. Cancer sores will also develop, which could be a sign of oral cancer.

11. Developing a Fever: When people develop the flu, they have a fever that will last a couple of days. But a fever that does not subside can mean many different things. Leukemia and other blood cancers can be the cause of the fever. If you have an ongoing fever and cannot determine the cause of it, visit your doctor or the emergency room to determine what may be causing it.

12. A Cough: Most people who develop coughs will see it go away within four weeks. Any cough that lasts longer than a month should not be ignored. If you’re a smoker or are having shortness of breath with this cough, consult your doctor. A cough is the most common sign of lung cancer.


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