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How to Detect Non-Symptomatic Cancer the Earliest

by Gab Billones


In a life of uncertainty, one thing is definitely certain – that we’re all bound to be on the other side. And that’s a certain fact that we can’t escape – death. But what’s more frustrating than accepting the fact that you’re dying is knowing that you could’ve done something before to prevent it from happening today-  if only you knew better and if only you only have noticed the symptoms a lot earlier before it aggravated.

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This is what most of the cancer patients are feeling for a lot 0f times. It’s like a stab that’s much more painful than what cancer has for them. This is because oftentimes, a cancer doesn’t introduce itself if it’ not yet in the 3rd or 4th stage – often the incurable stage. The sad part is that no one knows that a cancer has been formed in your system since its early symptoms are very much broad and could always be mistaken as just an ordinary lump, rash, etc.

For example, pancreatic cancer do not cause any symptoms at all not until it’s already spreading on nearby nerves or organs. You just felt a sudden pain in your belly thinking that you’ve been food poisoned or just having a bad stomach. But in all the wrong ways, it’s already a cancer.

But despite all of these, cancer was never meant to be impossible to cure. According to almost all physicians, cancers are treatable when found early, meaning it’s still budding and haven’t grown large enough to affect other nearby cells and tissues. In this stage, the harm is still containable. When the doctor’s assumptions are right, he/she can start on the treatment. On certain cases, a surgery to cut off the part where the cancer cells have already spread is necessary.

A very good example of this case is the melanoma cancer. If it is found early, removal of it is very easy since it haven’t grown deeper into the skin yet. As a result, the chance to survive it in a 5 year period has a 97% of possibility. On the other hand, once it is not taken cared of at an early period, the chances of surviving it in a 5 year period falls dramatically to only 20%. Now, this is not only for the melanoma cancer. This is also true to all kinds of cancer.

With this, the need to detect the cancer as early as possible is a must.  Do not be afraid of confronting your health condition. You have to consider the fact that the best way for you to have control over your health is to actively respond to its problems and address your health needs. For these, we have gathered a few information on how you could determine if you’re a potential cancer victim.

First, never ignore the cancer’s common symptoms. Cancer has a lot of symptoms which span  around the common illnesses. But it’s better to be sure at all times. These symptoms are usually:

  1. Sudden weight loss – Shedding some pound is not a bad thing at all. But when this happen without you changing your diet, then something is really wrong. In general, if you loss around 10 pounds or more, then it’s more likely to be a serious medical condition. This is the most common symptom for cancer in the pancreas, stomach, esophagus or lungs.

  2. Fever – This is the most common symptoms of every cancer since it infects our system. If you’ve noticed that you get feverish each and every time, then it’s not a good thing anymore. This is most common in blood cancers.

  3. Fatigue – We all get tired at one point. But feeling extremely tired after doing the usual things you do is alarming most especially if bed rest is not enough. This is  most common on cancers in the colon or stomach.
  4. Feeling an uneasy pain. If you suddenly felt pain in either part of your body for no reason, then be aware that something is wrong. Cancers like bone cancer and testicular cancer causes pain in where it’s growing. Also, constant headache is the most common symptoms of brain cancers.

  5. Skin changes. Skin changes are the most common symptoms for skin cancers but it may also mean others. For example, yellowish skin and eyes are symptoms for jaundice, constant itching for pruritis and reddened skin for erythema.

After you’ve noticed these symptoms, never ever hesitate to contact or visit your doctor. If you don’t have one, visit the hospital near you immediately. Ask for their opinion about these symptoms and let them assess if is it really cancerous or not.

If they’ve advised you to take a medical examination or a check-up, don’t double-think about the cost. Trust me, being alive is so much better than letting your health condition pass through your days. In most cases, they’ll be having tests such as ultrasound or scanning you through the MRI, CT Scan or other equipment that are used nowadays. If found cancerous, you have options of mitigating the harm or treating it because you’ve detected it early enough.

If any operations or surgery is needed, admit yourself into one and be brave. Fight to live for yourself and your family. Being a cancer patient is never the end of the world, especially when found early.

Always be a good master of your health. As early as possible, start a healthy lifestyle and be conscious with your life.


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