Women Must Stop Ignoring These 5 Signs of Breast Cancer

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According to a study conducted in England, 1 in every six women in the US is reporting a breast cancer symptom to their doctor. It’s usually noticeable if you have a lump in the breast and you know that something bad is cooking right there.

However, the breast cancer symptoms are not always coming in the form of a lump. Lots of women started visiting their doctors for a regular checkup and found out that they have a breast cancer.

This came unexpectedly as they didn’t know how to notice the symptoms that probably show the appearance of breast cancer in the early stages.

It’s highly IMPORTANT for all women to see this and remember the signs of breast cancer to seek medical help first. Here are the five warning signs all of you should know:

1. NEW MOLES OR STRANGE CHANGE IN AN EXISTING MOLE

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A study shows that a woman with moles all over her body has a 13% increased risk of developing breast cancer than women with no moles.

They are an early indicator of this cancer type. You should check any particular change or new moles with your doctor.

2. HOARSE THROAT AND ANNOYING COUGH

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There are situations where the breast cancer spreads to the lungs. This leads to persistent coughing and hoarse throat.

Statistics say that 60-70% of all cancer patients metastasizes to the lungs which cause a dry cough and shortness of breath.

3. IRREGULAR BLADDER MOVEMENT AND BOWEL

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 Most of the cancers come equipped with these warning signs.

Women with breast cancer experience a change in their hormones that leads to drying of the urethra and incontinence.

The result is leaking of urine while sneezing, exercising, coughing, and laughing.

On top of that, these women have the urgency to urinate very often and the urination takes longer than usual.

4. UNEXPLAINED FATIGUE AND TIREDNESS

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Breast cancer patients can feel tired even if they just got up from bed. It could lead to depression and strange pain, as well.

The most curious thing about it is that you didn’t do anything to trigger it with physical exercises or work. It comes from the chemical imbalance in your body caused by cancer.

That’s why you can’t explain this symptom.

5. UNEXPLAINED PAIN IN THE BACK

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Studies discover that a breast cancer could be responsible for your pain in the back. Patients usually feel pressure on the ribs and spine that could spread to the upper back.

Before jumping to any conclusions, it’s important for you to check this situation up with your doctor. I’m sharing this with you because it could grow as a serious issue. Women must know these five warning signs of a breast cancer.

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With Love,
Jess
TheBodyWatch.com Writer and Arthritis Sufferer
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