The symptoms of cancer can be different. Early detection of these symptoms can reduce the risk of disease.
In this article, we acquaints readers with the symptoms of cancer in men:
Changes in the testicles
Symptoms such as swelling or pain in the testicles can be a sign of testicular cancer. In this case, you should immediately see a urologist.
Do not urinate often
This can be a sign of prostate cancer, especially in men over the age of 50. Doctors often recommend that men under the age of 50 have their prostate examined.
Seeing blood in the stool
There can be many different reasons for blood in the stool: babasil, a urinary tract infection, bowel, as well as early signs of kidney cancer.
Unexplained pain and fatigue
One of the most common symptoms of cancer is unexplained pain and fatigue. In such cases, see a doctor immediately.
People who smoke and smoke are at higher risk of developing oral cancer. Frequent red or white spots on the inside of your mouth or on your lips can indicate oral cancer.
Swelling in the lymph
Symptoms of cancer include unexplained tumors in the lymph nodes in the neck, armpits, or other areas.
Difficulty in swallowing food
If you have difficulty swallowing while eating, as well as symptoms such as vomiting and weight loss, see a doctor.
– Changes in the chest
– Unexplained and sudden weight loss
– Changes in the skin.