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Besides annual checkups and tests, which are as important, sometimes, it's just equally important to pay attention

to your body and notice anything that's odd o r unexplainable. One should also listen to people close to you, such as your close friends or wif e. Sometimes others notice things about us that we're unaware of or don't want t o admit. Below are some symptoms that are commonly overlooked and could be signs of cance r. 1. Inexplicable Weight Loss: If you observe sharp decline in your body weight, e ven when there are no major changes to your diet or exercise regime, it's essent ial to find out why. Most of the times, unexplained weight loss could be an earl y sign of colon and other digestive cancers. 2. Shortness of Breath: Often, lung cancer patients, when they look back remembe r noticing their inability to catch their breath. They couldn't even walk short distances without wheezing. Chest pain shortness of breath, spitting blood can b e signs of testicular cancer that spreads to the lungs. 3. Chronic Stomach Problems: Unexplained stomach aches, or feeling completely fu ll even after a small serving of food are common early symptom of stomach cancer . Liver cancer patients have been known to frequently visit their doctors compla ining of upset stomachs or stomach pains. Get an ultrasound done after consultin g your doctor if you have a stomach ache that doesn't go away. 4. Difficulty in Swallowing: Men identified with esophageal cancer, looking back remember a feeling of pressure and soreness when swallowing that just didn't go away. This is a sign of tightening of the esophagus which could mean the existe nce of a tumor. Sometimes it is one of the first signs of lung cancer too. 5. Frequent Infections: Catching infections easily or having fever often with bo dy aches can indicate leukemia, a cancer of the blood cells. Here, the bone marr ow produces abnormal white blood cells which drain the body's infection-fighting capabilities. See your doctor if you show these symptoms for over an extended p eriod of time. 6. Swelling of Facial Features: Some patients later diagnosed with lung cancer r eported noticing swelling, puffiness, or redness in the face. The explanation be hind this is that lung tumors obstruct the blood vessels in the chest, thus chec king blood from running freely from the head and face. Don't ignore any puffines s on your face if it doesn't go away. 7. Persistent heartburn: If you have frequent incidents of heartburn or a consta nt feeling of pain in the chest after eating anything, see your doctor and get s creened for esophageal cancer. When the stomach acid ascends into the esophagus, it causes heartburn and a sour taste in the throat. It can set off a condition called Barrett's esophagus, which can lead to esophageal cancer. Going through this diseases at early cancer, it is very t your doctor know brief guide on cancer in men will help you to learn about the stages. For assessing your risk factors for certain kinds of important to study your family records of cancer properly. Le and together you can keep these cancers at bay.