Supportive Therapies for Cancer at Forum Health
Compassionate Care, Every Step of the Way
Understanding Cancer Symptoms
We advise consulting with an oncologist prior to beginning our comprehensive supportive therapies for cancer. Each individual’s experience with cancer varies, but common symptoms may include:
Unexplained Weight Loss
Significant and unexplained weight loss may be a symptom of certain types of cancer.
Persistent fatigue that doesn’t improve with rest can be a common symptom of cancer and its treatment.
Chronic or persistent pain, particularly if it’s localized and not associated with an injury, could be a symptom of cancer.
Changes in Bowel or Bladder Habits
Changes in bowel or bladder habits, such as blood in the urine or stool, constipation, or diarrhea, may indicate certain types of cancer.
Persistent Cough or Hoarseness
A cough that doesn’t go away or hoarseness that persists for more than a few weeks can be symptoms of lung, throat, or other cancers.
Changes in Skin
Changes in the size, shape, or color of moles or other skin lesions, as well as new growths or sores that don’t heal, should be evaluated by a healthcare professional.
Difficulty swallowing, persistent indigestion, or discomfort after eating may be symptoms of esophageal, stomach, or other cancers of the digestive tract.
Take the First Step Towards Health
If you’re experiencing symptoms related to cancer or its treatment, don’t hesitate to reach out. Contact us today to learn more about our supportive therapies for cancer patients.