Here are 8 warning signs of cancer in women:
Women are naturally prone to bloating, and this will go away on its own in 1-2 weeks. But if bloating doesn’t go away with time, especially if there’s weight loss or unusual bleeding associated with it, you should see your doctor right away. Because constant bloating can be a sign of cancer in women, including breast cancer, colon cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer.
Changes In Breasts
Most breast lumps are not a sign of cancer in women, but tell your doctor if you notice any of the following changes: Indented or wrinkled breast skin, inverted nipples, nipples unusual discharge, nipple or surrounding skin is red or scaly.
Irregular Bleeding Between Periods
Women who are still of the menstruating age should see a doctor if bleeding occurs mid-cycle. Irregular bleeding, not on the day of your period every month, can have many causes, the most dangerous of which is endometrial cancer (cancer of the lining of the uterus).
Changes In The Skin
Common signs of skin cancer include: Change in the size, shape or color of a mole; new and unusual spots appear on the skin.
Changes In Lymph Nodes
Lymph nodes are small, bean-shaped glands that are scattered throughout the body. Most lymph node changes are caused by common infections. But some women’s cancers, including leukemia and lymphoma, can also cause lymph nodes to swell or soften.
Losing Weight For No Reason
Most women want to lose a few extra pounds to get in shape. But suddenly losing 4.5kg or more without changing your diet or exercise routine could signal a problem. Most unwanted weight loss is not a sign of cancer in women, but is usually caused by stress or a thyroid problem. However, excessive weight loss can also signal cancers of the pancreas, colon, stomach and lungs.
A lot of women are often tired of their busy lives. But prolonged burnout is unusual.
Abdominal Pain And Depression
Although very rare, abdominal pain accompanied by depression can be a sign of pancreatic cancer. This type of cancer runs in families. Therefore, people with risk factors need to actively examine and screen as soon as possible.