Bleeding is never a good symptom to have. If you bleed from the nipple, you might have breast cancer. If you are bleeding abnormally from the vaginal area, you might have cervical cancer or endometrial cancer. Coughing up blood indicates a lung problem. Blood in the stool could be a cancer indicator as well.
Difficulty swallowing is a symptom that you should recognize as a potential for cancer. Tumors could be blocking the throat or esophagus. If you feel that food is sticking to the throat, go be checked out. This isn’t normal and your body could be telling you about a cancer of the esophagus or stomach.
Freckles are usually harmless aberrations on the skin. However, if your freckles change, you might have a cancer problem. If moles or warts change color or shape, have them looked at immediately. These indicate melanoma. Squamous cell carcinoma appears to be a wart or an open sore with a crusty surface.
Coughing is another sign of lung cancer. If you are coughing continually, the body has a problem. It could be a result of allergies, but if the cough continues and is a productive cough, you need to be seen by a physician. Shortness of breath and chest pain are also symptoms that tag along with the chronic cough of cancer.