Possible Cancer Symptoms

 
Contact your doctor or call the Early Detection Clinic at KHCC if you experience any of the following symptoms for more than two weeks:
  • Digestive problems:
    • Back pain or pelvic pain accompanied by bloating or indigestion
    • Indigestion or difficulty swallowing
    • A change in bowel habits
    • Blood in the stool
    • Blood in the urine
    • A change in urination
  • Lower body pain or discomfort:
    • Unusual vaginal bleeding or discharge
    • Testicular lumps
    • Back pain or pelvic pain accompanied by bloating or indigestion
  • Upper body pain or discomfort:
    • Breast lump or nipple discharge
    • Headache (unusual and persistent)
    • Persistent cough or blood-tinged sputum
    • Hoarseness/roughness in the voice
  • Change in your skin or overall appearance:
    • Persistent lumps or swollen glands
    • Obvious change in a wart or a mole
    • Non-healing sores
    • Unexpected weight loss, night sweats or fever