11. Fatigue

Modern day life is hectic, exhausting and tiring, and it’s only natural for a woman to feel fatigued and tired at the end of the day. However, if you’re experiencing severe bouts of fatigue throughout the day, and the tiredness simply doesn’t go away despite how many measures you to take you energize your body, there’s definitely something gravely wrong.

If you are experiencing severe symptoms of fatigue for prolonged periods of time, along with other symptoms, for instance blood in your stool, be sure to consult a doctor. The doctor will inquire about your entire medical history, and you will have to perform some blood tests to spot the disease causing these symptoms.

12. Fever

If your fever has been persisting for over a week, and it has occurred due to no obvious reason, chances are, it could be a symptom of blood cancer, or leukaemia. Provide your doctor your detailed medical history, after which he will perform several physical examinations to perform a diagnosis.

13. Cough

In normal cases, the symptoms of most coughs tend to disappear over the period of 3-4 weeks, however, if your cough lasts longer than a month, you seriously need to get worried.

If you’re a chain smoker and you also experience shortness of breath, chances are, there’s some disruption going on within your lungs, for prolonged coughs are one of the most common symptoms of lung cancer.

If you spot blood in your cough, get yourself a doctor’s appointment immediately.


  1. whats the treatment because i have a wound on the mouth,lips turning red, i dont smoke but i work in a cement factory. on the right side of the neck, the internal vein pains around, and below the ear but on the neck( like its the vein strencthing but i swallow pain killers, its now 2 months….. doctors help? what could be the problem? i went to the hospital they gave me hifenac but nothing changed.


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