Don’t ignore it, tell your doctor.
Finding it early makes it more treatable.
In most cases these symptoms are caused by other non-cancerous illnesses but they may be a sign of something more serious.
If something looks or feels different to you.
A persistent cough
(lasting 3 weeks or more).
Blood when coughing.
Unexplained shortness of breath.
Change in voice.
Unexplained weight loss.
(always feeling tired).
Unexplained trouble going to the toilet
(or going more than usual).
Blood in your wee or poo.
Lump or swelling anywhere on your body
(painful or not).