10 – Respiratory difficulty (shortness of breath):
Shortness of breath in the case of cancer is due to the narrowing of the airways. If you experience constant and uncomfortable shortness of breath, it may indicate lung cancer.
9 – Chronic Cough:
A persistent, itchy cough with chest pain, change in voice tone (hoarseness), fatigue, and weight loss may be clear symptoms of lung tumors or leukemia.
8 – Swelling of the abdomen:
This can be a sign of ovarian cancer, especially if this swelling is accompanied by pelvic pain and the feeling of a full bladder.
7 – Jaundice:
One of the most telling signs of a liver problem and a gallbladder dysfunction is jaundice. There is yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes, this is linked to liver cancer.
6 – Hematoma:
When a mass develops in any part of the body, it must cause concern. This can be in the form of masses in the chest, neck, belly, testicles, arms … etc. If these masses last a long time, they can indicate cancer.
5 – Changing the appearance of moles: