1. Lump on or Pain in Testicle
A firm, solid mass on the testicle should be checked out by a doctor to determine if it is testicular cancer.
2. Stomach Pain
Pain in the abdomen or pelvis is a symptom of ovarian cancer and leukemia.
3. Difficulty Swallowing
Not being able to swallow with ease can be an indication of throat cancer, and less commonly, lung cancer.
4. Persistent Coughing
Chronic coughing can indicate not only lung cancer, but also leukemia.
5. Abnormal or Large Moles
Moles that are asymmetrical or larger than 6 mm are cause for concern about skin cancer.
6. Shortness of Breath
Wheezing or shortness of breath are symptoms of a number of health problems, including lung cancer.