More Signs Of Breast Cancer
Are there other signs of breast cancer? I know about
nipple discharge and
swollen lymph nodes,
but wait, theres more? Yes, I needed to be aware of a few other general symptoms of cancer so I could be proactive in breast cancer detection, but at least I am more prepared girls, are you?
Signs of breast cancer can be a red flag in your life to look for. They are the alarm bells that ring, begging you to take notice. The sooner you are aware of these bells ringing, the sooner you can seek the help you need.
Some symptoms of
do not make themselves known until quite advanced, so tuning into your body, as much as you are able, and being aware, can increase your chances not just with breast cancer detection, but with all cancers. It is all about early detection of possible signs of breast cancer.
Other Symptoms Of Cancer To Be Aware Of
- Hot flushes, fever, sweating at nights, hot sweats, menopause night sweats, hot flashes and night sweats.
Whilst people call this problem by different names, it all comes down to this - extreme heat and wetness causing discomfort and embarrassment. It indicates that your body is fighting something, experiencing hormone changes or is out of balance. Night sweats can be related to a variety of medical conditions, so look for other possible physical clues before jumping to conclusions.
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- Poor appetite, no appetite, or sensation of fullness?
Perhaps you are struggling to eat your normal food portions with reduced appetite or lost interest in eating completely. This is usually accompanied by other symptoms.
- Unexplained weight loss or unintentional weight loss.
Weight comes off without trying. To help stabilise your weight loss, protein shakes can be made or bought, and included in your diet, with essential nutrients to help keep your energy up and making it easier to swallow and digest.
- Unexplained pain or discomfort.
General aches and pains that you can't put down to anything in particular or that have developed and become worse.
- Fatigue and tired with low energy.
Finding it hard to get the energy to do what you have always done effortlessly, or always tired all the time and need more rest than usual? Been on any weight loss exercise programs that you can blame low energy on?
- No sleep, can't sleep, insomnia and not sleeping well.
Lie awake at night with sleep insomnia? There are different stages of sleep and if you can't sleep, you will soon realise just how long the night can be and how it can impact your day to day life. Our age and general health can have something to do with this.
- Different skin sensations or colour changes.
Rashes, eczema, itchy skin and sensitivity, or changing of colour, shape or size. There are different types of cancer so you need to do regular checks of your body, so you can catch any signs early.
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General Symptoms Of Cancer
- You may have some bowel or bladder changes.
Going more often, less often, changes to consistency, colour and frequency.
- Seen any skin changes on yourself?
Discolouration to moles, sores, legions and changes in shape and size.
- Found any lumps anywhere?
Swelling, tenderness, or thickening. May or may not be painful.
- Noticed unusual bleeding?
Blood in urine or bowel movements.
- Have any discharge?
Weeping sores, wounds that will not heal, areas that ooze.
- Developed any throat problems?
Discomfort and difficulty swallowing or talking.
- Have a cough?
A tickle or dryness. May or may not be associated with throat issues, difficulty swallowing or talking.
- Swollen lymph nodes
Tenderness and discomfort in lymph node locations with lymph node pain.
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or swollen lymph nodes need not necessarily mean you have signs of breast cancer, or any other sort of cancer. Other symptoms need to be considered before ruling out any routine or minor health issue. If in doubt, have a chat to a medical professional. I always find that talking to professional people and doing some of my own research on any matter, helps me feel informed and in control, which is very empowering.
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