For many women and men will be a success if in a short time, completely unplanned and without much trouble to lose their weight. But unexplained and sudden weight loss without increased intensity workouts and physical activities, or less food intake in the body, must be checked.
Unexplained weight loss is often associated with cancer.
There are other explanations, such as overly active functioning of the thyroid gland and some, but it is certainly desirable to go to the doctor and make a review.
Ask your doctor to check the thyroid gland. The doctor will find an explanation of weight loss.
Bloating is so common that many women accept it as something as normal. Swelling may even be associated with ovarian cancer. The other symptoms of ovarian cancer include abdominal pain, feeling full, even when you eat too much and have urinary problems.
If swelling occurs almost every day and lasts more than a few weeks, consult a doctor.
Most women know their breasts, even if they are reviewed frequently. The lump in the breast is not the only symptom, which could be a symptom of cancer. Redness and rough skin of the breast may indicate a very uncommon but aggressive form of breast cancer
Is precisely why, any change in the skin should be checked, even if you have a rash, that lasted for several weeks, should go to the doctor.
Also, if the appearance of the nipple has changed or if you notice discharge (and not breast-feeding) see a doctor.
If your nipples are normal and suddenly become elongated, it’s not a good sign. This change in appearance can be worrisome symptom. If you have any changes in the breast, the doctor will examine you and may send you on Mammography, ultrasound and possibly a biopsy.
Bleeding between cycles
Women in menopause often ignore bleeding between periods per cycle. Also they tend to ignore bleeding from the digestive tract. But the bleeding between periods, especially if you have a regular cycle, it should be checked. Bleeding after menopause may be a sign of the endometrium. Gastrointestinal bleeding can be a symptom of colon cancer.
If a woman never bleeding between menstrual periods, then the appearance was unusual for her. For someone else might not be. At least some of the women who received endometrial cancer have abnormal bleeding as an early symptom. Your doctor, depending on the time of bleeding and other symptoms, possibly will offer ultrasound or biopsy.