Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms

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Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms

Pancreatic cancer is sometimes called a "silent disease" because early pancreatic cancer often does not cause symptoms. But, as the cancer grows symptoms may include:

Pancreatic cancer is difficult because the symptoms are non-specific and vary often. Common symptoms of pancreatic cancer include:

Pancreatic Cancer Symptoms

  • Pain in the upper abdomen or upper back

  • Yellow skin and eyes, and dark urine from jaundice

  • Weakness

  • Loss of appetite

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Weight loss

  • Digestive difficulties

  • Depression

  • Sudden onset adult diabetes

  • Swelling in the area to the lower left of the front rib cage

    It is important to note that all of these symptoms are not necessarily exclusive to pancreatic cancer. Each can be a sign of many varying diseases. However, if you suspect these signs as symptoms, it would be pertinent to contact a health care physician.





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