View pictures in App save up to 80% data.A woman’s body is constantly changing. The older she gets, the more her body will change. Unfortunately, some changes that women go through may seem normal, but in actuality, they are not.
In some cases, these symptoms can be cancer signs. Because of this, a woman needs to monitor the changes her body goes through. The human body has a way of telling us that something is wrong. We all know our bodies very well.
Here are common cancer signs that are mostly ignored by most women.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data.1. Changes in the breast.
In many cases, a lump on the breast doesn’t necessarily mean cancer. But if you notice a lump on your breast, you should consult your doctor. Also if you notice any nipple discharge, nipples turning inward, or redness or scaling of your nipple, make sure you tell your doctor that as well.
You should also be sure to go for an early check-up at your doctor for a full-body exam to ensure that your health is in good condition.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data.2. Bloating.
Women are natural bloaters. If you are a woman, you probably know that you tend to bloat a lot while on your periods or after eating a heavy meal. But if the bloating does not subside and includes weight loss or bleeding, consult your doctor.
Constant bloating can be one of the common cancer signs that many women ignore. It could be colon cancer, ovarian cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, or even pancreatic. Never ignore any unusual changes to your body.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data.3. Bleeding between Periods.
If you are continuously spotting between periods, go speak to your doctor. Any bleeding that is not part of the menstrual cycle may be due to many different causes. Your doctor will want to rule out endometrial cancer, so be sure to notice any changes to your menstrual cycle.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data.4. Changes in the Nails.
A small brown vertical stripe in one of your toenails might be a sign of melanoma. And a more advanced case it can spread to the cuticle area or the skin around the nail.
That’s an ominous sign it means it’s growing and spreading. So if you notice any particular changes to your toenails, you might want to contact your doctor to ensure it may not be a sign of melanoma.