Persistent pain in your low back, pelvis, appendix, or legs could be a sign of cervical uterine or ovarian cancer.
A substantial shift in bowel function may be a sign of certain cancers such as prostate, colon, or bladder cancer.
Cancerous lumps tend to be sizable, firm or hard, and painless when touched.
A change in the appearance of moles or birthmarks may be an indicator of cancer growing.
Growing cancer may press on your nerves, causing nerve changes. Bone or pancreatic cancer are more often associated with pain.
Multiple bruises in several parts of your body without cause may be a sign of blood cancer.
The types of cancer most likely to have cough symptoms are squamous cell carcinoma and small-cell undifferentiated lung cancer.
If your headaches persist for more than two weeks and aren't responsive to standard medication, it may be a warning sign of cancer caused by a brain tumor.
If you are tired much of the time regardless of how much sleep you've had the night before, it could be a warning sign of certain types of cancer.
Cancers of the esophagus and stomach are more likely to cause weight loss.