Cancer develops slowly and silently inside your body. But if you keep a watch on these pre-cancer signs it is possible to survive from this dreadful disease.
Cancer is a dangerous disease that can take your life. However, you can survive from it if it is diagnosed at an early stage.
And for that, you must know the pre-cancer signs and symptoms so that you can immediately reach out to your healthcare expert and check whether the symptoms are due to the onset of cancer or something else.
When cancerous growths start in the body a person can experience fevers during the night. These fevers are very different from regular cold and flu symptoms. When these fevers come in the night and are accompanied by certain characteristics like night sweats but with no infection then you must get yourself checked.
If yes then do not ignore these signs. You must regularly check your moles and if there are any signs of moles enlarging or changing colours get it tested from doctor.
It is normal to have body aches and pains once in a while. But when such a pain shows consistency without any reason then it can be a pre-cancer sign.
Breathing difficulties can be caused due to multiple health problems including asthma, bronchitis, or lung infection. But if your ability to breathe is getting affected without any reason then it can be because of cancerous growth inside your body.
If you are losing weight very fast without any reason then it is a cause of worry. You must find the reason behind this sudden and unexplainable weight loss immediately.
If there have been changes in your bowel movements like difficulty in passing urine or stool or blood in urine or stool then you must seek doctor’s help.
More often breakouts or abnormal growth on the skin is because of changes in weather or allergy. But if this abnormal growth persists without any obvious reason or is painful then you must get it tested by your health expert.
Disclaimer: This piece of article is for basic information purposes only. It's always advisable to consult a doctor for any type of health issue.