Signs of cancer are:
1. Irregular bowel and bladder function:
You may develop diarrhea and change the color or shape of stool, or blood coming out with urine or stool.
2. Permanent wounds:
Wounds may increase, not heal, increase in size, and cause severe wound pain.
3. Continuous bleeding and abnormal blood flow:
Blood may come out of the stomach or other materials from the breasts, or bleeding from the genitals.
4. The emergence of strange nodes in the body:
Possible swelling of the body parts or strange nodes in the chest or testicles.
5. Difficulty swallowing:
He may also feel difficulty swallowing or chest tightness lasting for days.
6. Change in the color of birthmarks in the body, the color of scars, or in the mucous membrane:
The appearance of birthmarks or moles in the body of a large diameter, especially those that stand out to a height of 1 mm above the skin.
7. A persistent cough appears:
Voice changes, blood appears with a cough, and there are three other signs that may indicate a person has cancer, as mentioned:
8. Weight loss:
Weight loss may be related to pancreatic or lung, intestinal and esophageal cancer
9. Bone pain:
The appearance of back pain is a sign of bowel or uterine cancer and bone cancer.
10. Severe itching:
Severe itch may appear and be linked to liver cancer and redness in the chest. It can also be breast cancer.
Cancer treatment with surgery:
How is cancer surgery traditionally performed:
Cancer is removed by splitting the place where the cancer is and is removed with some healthy tissue to ensure that the entire tumor or the location of the cancer has been removed.
And is removed after the lymph nodes in the area with cancer to neutralize them whether the cancer has spread or not and this matter helps to assess the patient and his recovery rate and his need for treatment.
In breast cancer surgery, the cancer can be removed by removing the entire breast or removing part of the cancer tumor.
In lung cancer surgery, one of the lungs or the entire lung can be removed if it has been fully diagnosed with cancer or has removed one of the lobes to ensure that the cancer has been completely removed.
Additional methods used in cancer surgery:
There are several methods for cancer surgery, including the following:
Surgery with extreme cold: The doctor here uses a very cold substance during surgery during and to freeze and destroy cancer cells or cells that can become cancerous, for example, irregular cells in the womb of a woman who can later become cervical cancer.
Electrosurgery: It is possible through the use of high-frequency electrical shocks that kill cancer cells.
Laser surgery: Use large, high-density beams of lasers to shrink the area where the cancer is.
Mohs surgery: It is used to remove cancer from sensitive areas such as the areas near the eye where the cancer is removed through this technique layer by layer and after its removal it is evaluated under a microscope until it is ensured that all abnormal and abnormal cells are completely removed.
Laparoscopic surgery: small incisions are opened and a small camera and surgical instruments are inserted to start removing cancerous tumors from the intended area. The doctor watches through the camera that is inserted with the endoscope and is connected to a screen and is seen across the screen as the camera moves inside the area to work on and laparoscopic surgery is faster in the recovery and less Symptoms after the operation on the patient.
It is a chemotherapy that is given and prescribed to cancer patients and is designed primarily to work to kill cancer cells in the body. This treatment is given to patients sometimes not as a treatment but to reduce the size of the cancer that the patient has before surgery.
How is chemotherapy given?
Cancer patients may be given different doses of chemotherapy, as chemotherapy can be prescribed in one of the following ways:
In the form of tablets
Intravenous injection directly into the bloodstream
Chemotherapy works to target these cancerous cells and prevent them from multiplying. However, there are healthy cells in the body that divide rapidly, due to the effect of chemotherapy.
Strengthening immune systems:
The best way to strengthen the immune system in general is to follow a healthy and balanced system by:
1- Type enough hours and exercise regularly
2- Calm, non-stress and smoking cessation
3- Maintaining a healthy, integrated and balanced diet.
4- Sitting in the sun for periods of time that strengthens physical immunity in general in the body
Prostate cancer and its treatment:
Prostate cancer is a type of cancer that is created in the prostate gland and is part of the genital part of the male. It usually affects older men and must be treated as soon as it is discovered to prevent exacerbations.
Prostate cancer symptoms:
There may be some symptoms, including:
Blood in the urine
Frequent urination or problems with incontinence
The patient loses appetite
Bone pain in general
Backache or leg pain in the patient
Prostate cancer treatment:
Prostate cancer is treated with a mixture of treatments that depends on the size of the tumor and may include one of the treatments we mentioned earlier: chemotherapy, treatment by cooling, hormonal treatment
Kidney cancer and its treatment:
Kidney cancer, which is created through lumps that grow and become cancerous lumps, forms tumors and can be transferred to other organs.
Some tests to detect kidney cancer:
Blood and urine test: Urine and blood are checked to see if there is any sign of kidney cancer
Imaging tests: Here, these tests can help us see the tumor in the kidneys, and they can be via ultrasound, CT, or magnetic resonance imaging.
Taking a sample from the kidney tissue: A biopsy can be taken here from the affected kidney and this biopsy is examined for any sign that indicates cancer to take precautions for treatment.
Surgical procedures for treating kidney cancer include:
Removing the affected kidney (nephrectomy)
The kidney can be removed in a number of ways, including the glasses through the camera in the head of the endoscope, small incisions and surgical tools, or through an incision in the kidney, and lymph nodes and edges of the kidney can also be removed completely.
Removal of the tumor from the kidney:
Here, the tumor that is on the kidney after the examination is examined through a laparoscope or any other technique that is appropriate and to make sure that there is a tumor in a specific area within the kidney is done and this makes us dispense with removing the kidney completely.
Bladder cancer and its treatment:
Bladder cancer is formed by the growth of abnormal cells inside the bladder that are responsible for storing urine. These cells can cause tumors that can be benign or malignant tumors and that are difficult to die without effective treatment.
Types of bladder cancer:
Urinary epithelium cancer: Also called transitional cell cancer, and it develops through the inner wall of the bladder. The urinary cells expand when the bladder is full and shrinks when empty. These cells are present in the inner surfaces of the ureter and tumors can occur and develop in these places.
Squamous cell carcinoma: It is associated with chronic irritation of the urinary bladder, such as infection or a prolonged urinary catheter
Squamous bladder cancer: it is adenocarcinoma and begins in cells that secrete mucus in the bladder glands.
Adenocarcinoma of the urinary bladder.
Some types of bladder cancers include more than one type of gland.
Ways to prevent the development of bladder cancer:
Not smoking: stopping smoking stops the accumulation of cancer-causing chemicals in the bladder.
Dealing with chemicals: If your field contains chemicals, follow the protection instructions to avoid exposure to them.
Fruits and vegetables: Plan a plan for your life and choose a diet rich in fruits and vegetables because it contains antioxidants and reduces the incidence of cancer.