Symptoms of lung cancer: Covert signs that can not be noticed

Lung cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, so it is important to know all signs and symptoms.

Aside from being confused with other illness, the symptoms of lung cancer tend to be unclear until the lung cancer has grown and spread out of the lungs, Telegraph reports.

According to British health experts, there are some symptoms that are often ignored by patients with this disease, but they suggest that if you are experiencing them go to your doctor as soon as possible.


Symptoms include:

- Continuous coughing 
- Problems with breathing 
- Chest pains 
- Feel tired 
- You lost appetite 
- You lost weight 
- You've changed the voice 
- You have blood in the mucus or phlegm

Although the collagen is one of the most common symptoms of lung cancer, the collagen may also be caused by smoking, allergies, infections, and so on.

So how do you know if your collagen is related to lung cancer? Well, consider these signs:

- The cancer caused by cancer causes more pain 
- There may be another ringing tune 
- It can release a mucus or a phlegm in color


If the tumor is grown and spread out of the lungs, you may develop various symptoms.

For example, lung cancer can be distributed in the lymph nodes - a system of tubes and glands in the body that filter body fluid and help fight infections.

In this case, the most common symptom indicating that the cancer is distributed in the lymph nodes is that they are larger than normal.

If lung cancer is spread in the liver, then you will feel the pain or discomfort on the right side of the abdomen, feel sick, have appetite weak, lose weight, have skin yellowing and whitening of the eyes.

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