10 Bone Cancer Symptoms

Symptom #2: Pain

As the cancer begins to take over the bone, so it begins to press against nearby nerves and organs. This added pressure inevitably leads to pain and is among the most common symptoms of bone cancer. The pain may be short-lived to begin with but will become constantly present as the cancer spreads and worsens.

The pain is often described as an itchy, burning sensation that comes from within the body. The pain tends to worsen at night and when the sufferer is moving, sufferers with bone cancer in the legs are likely to acquire a limp. As with any constant sensation of pain, it is advisable to seek advice from a medical professional.

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