Unfortunately, liver cancer symptoms don’t normally appear until the cancer has developed substantially. These may vary from person to person, and can even be caused by other types of benign liver infections or diseases. However, in the case of liver cancer, these symptoms will continue to develop and worsen as the disease progresses. So, if you experience any of these, it’s important to consult a doctor for an accurate diagnosis.
These are some of the earliest warning signs of liver cancer:
Sudden weight loss not associated with changes in diet
Sharp pain within the abdomen
Sudden decrease in appetite or a feeling of fullness after a small meal
Unexplained nausea and vomiting
Continual weakness and/or fatigue
Pain occurring in the right upper abdomen or near the right shoulder blade
Swelling or bloating in the abdomen
Enlarged liver felt as a mass under the ribs on the right side
Enlarged spleen felt as a mass under the ribs on the left side
Jaundice, or yellowing of the skin and eyes
Abnormal digestion and stool with white in it
Persistent itching of the skin
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