Symptoms of Lung cancer

Often Lung Cancers do not cause any noticeable symptoms during their early stages until they become large (locally) or spread elsewhere. But in some patients, symptoms may occur at early stage. If you notice any of the following symptoms, please meet the doctor immediately, for detailed evaluation.

If the Lung Cancer can be diagnosed at an early stage, the treatment will be effective and it can even be cured. Lung Cancer occurs for more frequently in smokers than in No smokers. So if you are a chronic smoker and suffer from any of the following symptoms, you must get yourself evaluated immediately:

Symptoms to watch:

• Cough that does not go away
• Persistent breathlessness or breathing difficulty
• Coughing out Blood in the sputum
• Pain in the Chest persistent at one point
• Feeling Weak or tired soon
• History of any Pneumonia that fails to clear.

Most of the symptoms listed above are more likely to be caused by conditions other than lung cancer. Still, if you are smoker and have any of these problems, it’s important to see your doctor immediately so the cause can be found and treated, if needed.

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