Cancer symptoms are quite varied and depend on where the cancer is located, where it has spread, and how big the tumor is. Some cancers can be felt or seen through the skin – lump on the breast or testicle can be an indicator of cancer in those locations.
- unexplained bleeding
- Blood in the stool
- Blood in the urine
- blood discharge from the nipple
- blood when you cough
- blood in vomit
Along with skin cancers, some other cancers can cause skin changes that can be seen. These signs are below.
- Excessive hair growth or unwanted hair on body.
- Skin become Darker
- When you suffer from jaundice and your skin get Yellowish.
- Reddened skin
- Unexpected Itching starts on your body.
Lump in breast
if you’ve found lump in breast which rapidly increasing in size.
Most breast lumps are noncancerous tumors such as fibroadenomas or cysts. But all breast lumps need to be thoroughly investigated.
Discharge from a breast is common, but some forms of discharge may be signs of cancer. If discharge is bloody or from only one nipple, further evaluation is recommended.
Women are advised to conduct monthly breast self-examinations.
change in urination
Urinary symptoms can include frequent urination, small amounts of urine, and slow urine flow or a general change in bladder function.
These symptoms can be caused by urinary infections (usually in women) or, in men, by an enlarged prostate gland.
Most men will suffer from harmless prostate enlargement as they age and will often have these urinary symptoms.
These symptoms may also signal prostate cancer.
Men experiencing urinary symptoms need further investigation, possibly including blood tests and a digital rectal exam. The PSA blood test, its indications, and interpretation of results should be discussed with your health-care provider.
Unintetional weight loss
When you lose weight for no reason over the last couple of months that can’t be explained by changes to your diet, exercise or stress. it’s called an Unintentional weight loss. Then it can be starting sign of cancer.