7 Symptoms of Skin Cancer You Might Not See Outside of the Body
In most cases, 99 out of 100, skin cancer can be seen clearly outside of the body in the form of a funky mole, rash, blemish, or lesion). However, there are some exceptions. Here are 7 symptoms of skin cancer that happen in 1% cases of 100:
- Lumps beneath the skin, especially in groin, armpit, or neck.
- Abdominal pain.
- Problems with breathing.
- Arthritis-like pain in joints.
- Blurry or impaired vision.
- Diarrhea, constipation, or cramps.
- Headaches, seizures, or cognitive problems.
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