Spot the Symptoms
There are many different types of symptoms of lung cancer – some, like persistent coughing or breathlessness, you might expect and others, such as clubbed fingers or back pain, that you might not recognise. It is vital you are aware of all the potential symptoms of lung cancer and share all of these with your GP.
It doesn’t matter if you have one symptom or five, if you spot any potential symptoms of lung cancer, and they are unusual for you, you need to contact your GP practice. Chances are, it is not lung cancer causing these symptoms but it is important to make sure. You are not wasting anyone’s time because if it is lung cancer, the sooner it is found, the easier it is to treat.
A persistent cough is perhaps the most recognised symptom of lung cancer. However, since the pandemic, a cough is now…Learn More
Breathlessness is a common symptom of lung cancer, but it can be difficult to spot. When we find ourselves out…Learn More
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Weight loss and loss of appetite
For many of us, losing weight is welcomed! However, if you are losing weight or you have lost your appetite…Learn More
Chest infections, chest pain and coughing up blood
If you find yourself suffering from frequent chest infections, or if you ever cough up blood, or find blood in…Learn More
Hoarseness is a less-known symptom of lung cancer. It is often caused by an irritation or injury to the vocal…Learn More
Wheezing is most commonly caused by a lung disease, most notably asthma but it can also be a symptom of…Learn More
Very few people recognise clubbed fingers to be a sign of lung cancer. Whilst it is not a common symptom,…Learn More