We all know internet is not place to check your medical condition status for you will end up with as some-or-the-other cancer patient. However, there are times when we do not realize how a small indigestion is a big warning of our body! No, it doesn’t mean that if you feel uneasy today then you make-sure to wake up in a hospital tomorrow. Although, neglecting a long-term minor illness can definitely get you hospitalized! Researches show that some stomach cancer can be detected at an early stage if you keep a track of your toilet habits. Yes, your other-wise healthy looking body maybe in dire need of help!
Stomach cancer: a common cancer now
So as I said before unusual toilet habits might turn out be your body’s Help-Me signs. Gastric cancer, which in layman’s language is also known as Stomach cancer is one of the most common-type of cancer. As the name suggests the Stomach cancer begins somewhere inside your stomach or to be precise in the stomach walls.
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Its early sign of presence is persistent indigestion coupled with heartburn. Now, these are common signs for many other stomach-related disease. Or we can say that almost all stomach related diseases some-how show this symptom.
God help those who help themselves!
So how to guess, if you are actually seriously ill or not? Pretty simple. A day or weeks illness might not be serious, however a month or persistent come-back with short-intervals should be checked. Get a GP test if that happens and preserve your life from an advanced stage Stomach cancer nightmare.
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Each individual owns its own degree of risk of incurring cancer. The danger level increases as one grows old and becomes physically weak. Chances of catching a cancer (I, know it sounds like catching cold, however cold doesn’t snatch your life fellow-mates!) increases with surroundings and habits.
People who use common heartburn drugs — known as PPIs — for months to years may face heightened risks of dying from heart disease, kidney failure or stomach cancer, a new study suggests. https://t.co/V6vm84xQVv pic.twitter.com/Xehxl3nLmS
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Genetic factors are also responsible in their own special ways. So, one never knows about the risk that are actually in!
Stomach cancer, also known as #GastricCancer, is the fifth most common cancer worldwide. Around 1,033,701 new cases of stomach cancer were recorded globally in 2018, accounting for six per cent of all new cases of cancer. #cancerprevention pic.twitter.com/Ce8ZfVKly8
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