Saturday, May 25

People Ignore These 10 Cancer Symptoms Until It’s Too Late

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…Have you ever wondered if there are any cancer symptoms people tend to ignore?

Cancer is the disease the majority of people are really scared of. We know that there is no simple cure that will help patients get rid of any type of cancer. Some of the treatments available might treat some people, while others might give them more time, even years or decades.

Screenings are really important for detecting a cancer tumor before the symptoms even begin. Some experts even say that you might be able to pick up on early warning signs by yourself if you pay attention to the unusual changes your body goes through. If you notice that there are some significant changes in your body that last several weeks, you should reach out to your doctor.

Of course, not every symptom can actually be cancer, but this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t pay attention to them. So if this is one of your biggest concerns, here are 10 cancer symptoms people usually ignore until it’s too late!

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4 thoughts on “People Ignore These 10 Cancer Symptoms Until It’s Too Late”

  1. Three years ago I was diagnosed with stomach cancer, until the moment I could no longer swallow anything without it coming right back up there were no symptoms or signs that I had cancer. I guess my point is that cancer can be pretty sneaky if it wants to be. I underwent chemo and radiation, have been in remission for two years.

  2. I was 24. I was required to take a pap smear to get birth control pills. Once it came up class 3. They advised me to see a Dr. He too did a test and advised me to take a dnc and conization if it came up Cancer. When I went in the hospital it came back positive for Cancer. Afterwards he suggested pap smears for 10 years. He also advised me to have another child before I couldn’t have one. I got pregnant after 5 years my pap smears have been clear. I caught early, which didn’t lead to a hysterectomy

  3. Cancer is hard to find and sneaks up on a person. I have lung cancer, stage 1 found early and had radiation. I am not a smoker, not around smoking, and luckily it was found by chance. I also had breast cancer 30 years ago which was also found early. I had extensive surgery for that and so far, so good.

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