Bone cancer develop when bone cells divide uncontrollably, forming a mass of tissue.
Although bone tumors can not spread, can even weaken the bones and lead to fractures or cause other problems.
According to research, most common type of bone cancer called osteosarcoma, which affects bone cartilage cells.
Here are some symptoms that will help detect bone cancer:
Pain in the area where the cancer is growing is the sign most common bone cancer reported by patients.
not be constant pain at first, and may come and go. If you notice this type of pain, consult a specialist immediately.
Bone cancer can weaken the bone, but most often the bones do not break.
People with a broken beside or through a bone cancer usually describe the sudden extreme pain in a limb that had been sore for a few months.
* Difficulty moving
In some cases, when the tumor affects a joint, it will be difficult to make certain movements. The person may have trouble moving if the tumor affects the leg joint.
Furthermore, if the cancer cells spread to the spine, which can affect a nerve and cause numbness in the extremities and chills.
If it is found that a certain part of your body is swollen, it means that the tumor is about to spread. A person may also feel a lump or mass, depending on the location of the tumor.
These are the rare symptoms:
• Sudden weight loss
If you notice any of these symptoms, you should see your doctor immediately to have a proper check.