SUPPORT CANADIANS LIVING WITH CANCER
A sign is something that can be observed and recognized by a doctor or healthcare professional (for example, a rash). A symptom is something that only the person experiencing it can feel and know (for example, pain or tiredness). Small intestine cancer may cause vague signs or symptoms, or none at all, in its early stages. Symptoms appear once the tumour grows into surrounding tissues and organs, or may occur when the tumour blocks (obstructs) the small intestine.
The signs and symptoms of small intestine cancer can also be caused by other health conditions. It is important to have any unusual symptoms checked by a doctor.
Signs and symptoms of small intestine cancer are:
Volunteers are urgently needed in April. When you volunteer just a few hours of your time during Daffodil Month, you help save lives and support people who are living with cancer now.