The following Conditions are related toSwelling

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  • Breast cancer: breast cancer during pregnancy

    It can be more difficult for people to notice signs and symptoms of breast cancer during pregnancy. This is because the breasts normally swell and become tender as milk ducts grow and stretch during pregnancy. Changes in hormone levels during pregnancy cause the breasts to change. Pregnant women should not take small lumps lightly and conclude they are pregnancy-related. They could be the beginnings of cancer. If ignored, there  Read More

  • Breast cancer: breast cancer in young women

    Breast cancer in young women can have different symptoms and they may vary for different people. In certain cases, there won't be any signs at all. The most common symptom is the formation of a lump in your breast or armpit. Skin changes: The skin around the breast and nipple area may change unusually. Pain: People affected by breast cancer may notice pain in the breast area or nipple. Some may cause a prickl  Read More

  • Breast cancer: getting support

    There are numerous treatments for breast cancer. The type of breast cancer and the extent of its spread will determine this. Multiple types of treatments are frequently given to patients with breast cancer. Surgery. a procedure where cancerous tissue is removed by doctors. Chemotherapy. use specific drugs to reduce or eradicate cancer cells. The drugs may be taken orally, administered intravenously, or occasionally both. hormone treatment preven  Read More

  • Carcinoid disease

    Neuroendocrine cells are also located in other tissues, such as the lungs and stomach. The hormone they produce helps regulate digestion. But when a carcinoid tumor grows, it produces too much of this hormone and causes symptoms like diarrhea, flushing, wheezing, sweating, and heartburn. Lightheadedness or fainting spells Shortness of breath Abdominal pain or cramping Rapid heartbeat (tachycardia)  Read More

  • Head and neck cancer

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  • Inflammatory breast cancer

    Inflammatory breast cancer is a rare form of breast cancer. It is typically a very aggressive disease and is called "inflammatory" because the cancer cells block the lymphatic vessels, resulting in changes in the breast (swelling and redness) that make the breast appear to be inflamed. Over 230,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with breast cancer each year; inflammatory breast cancers make up only 1%-5% of breast cancers. Ho  Read More

  • Ovarian cancer (cancer of the ovaries)

    The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix and vagina (vaginal canal) make up the female reproductive system. When ovarian cancer first develops, it might not cause any noticeable symptoms. When ovarian cancer symptoms happen, they're usually attributed to other, more common conditions. Signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer may include: Abdominal bloating or swelling Quickly feeling full when eating  Read More

  • Penis cancer

    Penis cancer occurs when cancerous cells in your genitals proliferate uncontrollably. The risk factors for penis cancer include:Tobacco consumption- Cigarette smoking, chewing tobacco, and snuff use all raise your risk of developing penile cancer. Tobacco use can impair your body's ability to fight illness, increasing your risk. Tobacco usage can cause cell damage, which can lead to cancer. HIV- Penile cancer is mo  Read More

  • Salivary gland cancer

    Having a lump or an area of swelling near your salivary gland is the most common sign of a salivary gland tumor, but it doesn't mean you have cancer. Most salivary gland tumors are noncancerous (benign). Many other noncancerous conditions may lead to a swollen salivary gland, including an infection or a stone in a salivary gland duct.  Read More