1.abnormal periods or pelvic pain
Most women sometimes have irregular periods or cramps. But persistent pain or changes in your cycle could be a sign of cervical, uterine, or ovarian cancer.
2. Changes in toilet habits
Significant changes in bodily functions can indicate colon, prostate, or bladder cancer, among other cancers. Warning signs include persistent constipation or diarrhea; black or red blood in your stool; black, tarry stools; more frequent urination; and blood in your urine.
We all feel bloated from time to time. But bloating for more than two weeks can be a sign of ovarian cancer, as well as various gastrointestinal cancers.
4. Breast changes
These include a new bump, dimple, discoloration, changes around the nipple, or unusual discharge that you didn’t have before. Although most breast cancer occurs in women, men can develop it too.
5. Chronic cough
A cough that lasts longer than two weeks, especially a dry cough, can be a sign of lung cancer.
6. Chronic headaches
A headache that lasts more than two weeks and does not respond to usual medications can be caused by a brain tumor.
7. Difficulty swallowing
If you have the impression that food is stuck in your throat, or if you have trouble swallowing for more than two weeks, it could be a sign of cancer of the throat, lungs, or stomach.
8. Excessive bruising
A bruise on the shin after hitting the coffee table is normal. But suddenly, many bruises in unusual places that were not touched can indicate various cancers of the blood.
9. Frequent fevers or infections
Having a fever over and over again, or going from one infection to another, may indicate an immune system made more vulnerable by lymphoma or leukemia.
10. Oral modifications
Persistent sores or lesions or painful areas in the mouth, especially in people who smoke or drink a lot, can indicate various cancers of the mouth.