Bone Cancer Symptoms

Symptoms and signs of bone cancer may be similar to those of other medical conditions. It is important to contact your doctor before assuming that you have bone cancer. In general, symptoms of bone cancer include:

Pain – if you have bone cancer, you may feel pain during movement or activities, or even at rest. The pain may even wake you up at night.

Swelling or lump – the region of bone affected by the cancer may be swollen, red and hot to the touch.

In addition, bone cancer can cause the following:

  • cough
  • fever
  • anemia
  • fractures
  • fatigue
  • shortness
  • unreasonable weight loss
  • coughing up blood (hemoptysis).

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