In daily life, people are often "sneak attack" by diseases unknowingly, and tumors are a typical representative of them. In many cases, if you go to a doctor just because you feel pain, it is often just a benign disease, or it is too late, and it may even endanger your life. So, which cancers may have such conditions?
Painless breast lumps: If there is a lump in the breast, if it is not painful, but it grows quickly, touch the surface of the lump with your hands to be uneven, and there is no clear boundary with the surrounding normal tissues, with small mobility or fixed, hard texture, whether it is a male or a male Women, all suggest that they may have breast cancer.
Painless nasal mucus with blood: There is nasal congestion on one side, often with blood or blood clots in the nasal mucus, no headache, sore throat, cough and other symptoms, most of which indicate the possibility of nasopharyngeal cancer.
Painless vaginal bleeding: For middle-aged and elderly women, sudden contact bleeding or vaginal bleeding for no reason may be an early symptom of cervical cancer or endometrial cancer.
Painless oral leukoplakia: Oral leukoplakia is round, oval or irregular, slightly higher than the mucosal surface, without pain, and is an early manifestation of oral cancer.
Painless blood in sputum: especially for people with long-term smoking history, if blood in sputum is found, chest X-ray or CT should be done to diagnose lung cancer.
Painless hematochezia or fecal occult blood: middle-aged and elderly patients with chronic diarrhea for a long time, changes in bowel rules, blood in the stool or positive occult blood in the stool, should be alert to the occurrence of colorectal cancer. At this time, fiber enteroscopy should be done to rule out colorectal cancer or precancerous lesions. Pain during defecation and blood in the stool or bleeding after the stool are mostly caused by hemorrhoids.
Painless jaundice: If painless jaundice occurs and gradually worsens, check the liver, gallbladder, pancreas and other organs to exclude liver cancer, pancreatic cancer and other tumors.