Persistent Fatigue: Feeling extreme tiredness and lack of energy that doesn't improve with rest can be a symptom of various cancers, including ovarian, breast, and colon cancer.
Unexplained Weight Loss: Significant and unintentional weight loss without changes in diet or exercise can be a sign of several types of cancer,
Changes in Breast Appearance: Changes in the size, shape, or texture of the breasts, along with nipple changes or discharge, should be evaluated by a healthcare
Persistent Indigestion or Stomach Pain: Chronic indigestion, abdominal discomfort, bloating, or pain that lasts for weeks should not be ignored
Unusual Vaginal Bleeding: Postmenopausal bleeding, bleeding between periods, or abnormal bleeding after intercourse
Persistent Cough or Hoarseness: A chronic cough or hoarseness that doesn't go away could be a symptom of lung, throat
Changes in Skin Moles: Changes in the size, shape, color, or texture of a mole or the appearance of a new mole should be examined by a dermatologist
Persistent Pain: Persistent pain that doesn't have an obvious cause and doesn't improve with treatment should be investigated further,