Allocations for cancer
Allocations for cancerare one of the main symptoms of the disease at both early and late stages, but often due to this symptomatology it is possible to diagnose oncology in time and start treatment. Next, let us look in more detail at which particular emphasis should be paid to prevent cancer as early as possible.
Discharge of uterine cancer
Discharge of uterine cancer is one of the most characteristic symptoms of this disease. The color of the discharge is dirty-pink, and if their origin is not associated with the menstrual cycle, in other words, occurs in other days and under certain circumstances (sexual intercourse or exertion), then this is a serious sign of the presence of problems in the body.
The cause of such bloody excretions in cancer can be the disintegration of the tumor or the destruction of blood vessels that feed the tumor or the walls of this organ. This can be explained by the fact that when the walls of the uterus are damaged by a tumor, its tissues become very sensitive to all kinds of irritations and even to a minimal mechanical effect. When you touch the inflamed area, the injured part of the uterus is traumatized, leading to bloody discharge. Unfortunately, the patient can not independently determine the cause of the discharge, so below are signs that the woman needs to immediately contact the gynecologist for the diagnosis:
- Non-standard selection regardless of their color:
Can be dirty-pink, and also watery consistency with a yellowish tinge or brown;
Allocations for canceroccur systematically in a short period of time or vice versa, suddenly with certain actions.
Allocations for ovarian cancer
Allocations in ovarian cancer are mucous or purulent bloody discharge, the cause of which can be the destruction of the lymph nodes, the disintegration of the tumor, the terminal (last) stage of this oncological disease, metastases. Bloody discharge, which have a contrasting color, can occur periodically during severe physical exertion, after sexual contact or act of defecation. Such excretions, not related to the menstrual cycle, should be an alarming symptom, especially for those who have crossed the age line of menopause.
It is important to note that the appearance of unusual watery excretions with or without a sap does not always indicate cancer. They can be caused by an infection that, in the absence of treatment, can go on into chronic inflammation and then cause malignant tissue degeneration.
Discharge of colorectal cancer
At the initial stage, the symptoms of the disease are often not pronounced, but in combination with each other can be an occasion to call a doctor.Allocations for cancerrectums can take the following form:
- Blood in the feces:
Initially can be present in small quantities in the form of veins. With the development of the disease, the amount of blood increases, acquiring a contrasting burgundy or color close to black, mixing with the feces. In advanced stages of cancer, blood can be released before the act of defecation in the form of clots, acquiring a fetid odor.
Most often stands out together with blood veins, and at a later stage of rectal cancer - with purulent secretions that have a sharp unpleasant odor.
The presence of both symptoms is an occasion for examination of the rectum with the help of finger (manual) diagnosis. These manipulations are quite appropriate, even if the patient has such diseases as chronic paraproctitis or hemorrhoids with bleeding, since these diseases are serious precancerous states.
The transition from small blood discharges in the form of veins to large blood clots testifies to the progressive development of the disease.
Allocations for lung cancer
Allocations, with the diagnosis of "cancerlungs "are observed in patients with a cough, which in this disease occurs in 80% of cases. Cough with cancer is accompanied by abundant sputum, which has a thick consistency, containing mucus and, as a rule, odorless. Also, sputum can contain scarlet blood clots, which are almost not folded. This indicates the destruction of lung tissue, moreover, it is internal pulmonary hemorrhage that can be the cause of cough. Profuse (severe bleeding from large vessels) pulmonary hemorrhage is often the cause of the approaching death of the patient.
As you have already noticed,what kindhighlightingwith cancerthe patient was not observed, often this is a serious sign of the disease, which may indicate the transition of cancer to the active phase or the thermal stage.
At hospitalization of the patient and active treatment of the disease at the initial stage, the probability of recovery is very high. In neglected cases, when blood discharges in the case of cancer take the form of clots and are of an intense nature, the probability of recovery is up to 10%.
We described the most common cases whensecretions in cancerindicate the onset or progression of oncology. For this reason, we insist: take care of your health, pay attention in time to any non-standardhighlighting, after allcancerIs a disease that is almost not curable under the condition of late diagnosis and treatment..