Painless breast lump/ Lump in the axilla.
Most breast lumps aren’t cancer, but a doctor should always check them when its there. Let your Oncologist know about these changes, too:
- Skin dimpling or puckering
- Nipples that turn inward
- Nipple discharge
- Redness or scaling of your nipple or breast skin
To look for the cause of your symptoms, your Oncologist will do a physical exam and ask you questions about your medical history. You may also have tests like a mammogram or a biopsy, when doctors remove a tiny piece of tissue for testing.
Non-healing sore or ulcer in the mouth or tongue.
Persistent sore throat.
Painless lump in the neck or anywhere in the body.
Non-healing skin sore.
Persistent hoarseness of voice.
Difficulty in swallowing.
Cough with hemoptysis.
Bleeding P/R/ Recent alteration in bowel habits.
Postmenopausal bleeding PV.
Unexplained anemia/ Wt loss.
Any mole which is changing character or has recently appeared.