7. Pain while urinating
Symptoms of prostrate cancer include pain when urinating, so see your doctor immediately you feel pain or discomfort when peeing as it could signal presence of malignant tumors. Additionally, Lumps or significant changes in testicle weight or size should not go unchecked – as noted by xxx, Chairman of Urology at New York University Langone Medical Center, this type of cancer can take off overnight. The lumps may not necessarily be cancerous but there is certainly no harm in informing your doctor about the changes.
Abnormal bleeding is an early sign of colon, kidney and bladder cancer. See the doctor immediately when you notice blood in your urine or stool. Such bleeding may not always be a sign of cancer but it is good to have it checked out to treat the cause before it develops into cancer. It is also important to call the doctor’s attention to pains and aches that do not go away.