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If You Notice These Strange Signs In Your Body, You Are At The Risk Of Having Stomach Cancer

If you notice these strange signs, get to know that you are at the risk of having a Stomach Cancer.

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The era of the 21st century has been alluded with all forms of sickness ranging from the mess epidemic to the novel coronavirus which has come to stay with us and has led many loved ones to an early grave.

Stomach cancer has also been a major health problem for the aged including the youth. It develops when cells in the lining stomach grow and divide in an abnormal way. This type of cancer also known as gastric cancer can spread through the bloodstream to all parts of the body thereby damaging the body cells.

You would be surprised that an observation made by the World Health Organisation in 2018 estimated that, gastric cancer accounts for 783,000 globally and this is very alarming.

It is mostly common in men than women. Patients with diet of high amount of smoked food such as salted meat and fish are at a higher risk of having the disease. There are a lot of symptoms that are evident in a gastric cancer patient at the advanced stage. If you know you are experiencing any of these signs, get to know you are at risk of been a gastric cancer patient. 

Patients normally have these symptoms at the early stage

- Indigestion or heartburn

- Loss of appetite

- Frequent Diarrhea and constipation

- Pains in the abdomen

Advance Stage

- Weakness and fatigue

- Unexplained weight loss

- Vomiting blood

The good news is that, it can be treated by surgery. Always keep a healthy diet and always know that the world needs you to be in good health.

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