Signs & Symptoms of Secondary Cancer

arpie Member Posts: 7,804
Nobody 'wants' to get a secondary cancer .... but if you know 'what to look out for' - if it does occur - you should be able to get it diagnosed and treated earlier, hopefully, with a better outcome.

If you are experiencing ongoing pain/discomfort or any symptoms mentioned on this website ..... See your GP or Breast Care Nurse.

My motto has always been - If In Doubt, Get Checked Out.

(This is a UK site - so the phone numbers don't apply to us - but the tips on what to keep an eye out for re physical changes in your body, may help further down the line.)

Take care


  • Afraser
    Afraser Member Posts: 4,392
    Worth remembering that lymphoedema can be the result of treatment for cancer, not only a symptom of secondary cancer!