All Type of Cancers

Cancer is an umbrella term for a large group of diseases caused when abnormal cells divide rapidly and uncontrollably, and spread to other tissue and organs destroying them. This can create in anywhere of the human body and spread throughout the body. Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the world. But survival rates are improving for many types of cancer, thanks to improvements in cancer screening and cancer treatment.

Signs and symptoms caused by cancer may vary according to which part of the body is affected. Some general signs and symptoms associated with, but not specific to cancer are there. These symptoms may also often cause by illness, injury, benign tumors, or other problems. If you have symptoms that do not get better after a few weeks, see your doctor so that problems can be diagnosed and treated as early as possible for a speedy recovery. Often, cancer does not cause pain, so do not wait to feel pain before going for a test.
Some of the symptoms that cancer may cause include:

Breast changes
Lump or firm feeling in your breast or under your arm
Nipple changes or discharge
Skin that is itchy, red, scaly, dimpled, or puckered
Bladder changes
Trouble urinating
Pain when urinating
Blood in the urine
Bleeding or bruising, for no known reason
Bowel changes
Blood in the stools
Changes in bowel habits
Cough or hoarseness that does not go away
Eating problems
Pain after eating (heartburn or indigestion that doesn’t go away)
Trouble swallowing
Belly pain
Nausea and vomiting
Appetite changes
Fatigue that is severe and lasts
Fever or night sweats for no known reason
Mouth changes
A white or red patch on the tongue or in your mouth
Bleeding, pain, or numbness in the lip or mouth
Neurological problems
Vision changes
Hearing changes
Drooping of the face
Skin changes
A flesh-colored lump that bleeds or turns scaly
A new mole or a change in an existing mole
A sore that does not heal
Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes)
Swelling or lumps anywhere such as in the neck, underarm, stomach, and groin Weight gain or weight loss for no known reason