Back pain may be a sign of rapidly spreading cancer

Back pain may be a sign of rapidly spreading cancer
Back pain may be a sign of rapidly spreading cancer

The causes of back pain vary widely, but some symptoms of this health condition may indicate that the pain is caused by something more serious.

All stomach, colon and rectal cancers can cause pain that spreads from the tumor site to the lower back.

When cancer pain spreads to other sites of the body, such as the lower back, it usually results in other overt symptoms.

When lower back pain is accompanied by other symptoms, such as sudden, unexplained weight loss, unexplained fatigue, tingling or numbness in the arms or legs, as well as the pain not getting worse with movement, this can indicate cancer, and help should be sought. medical immediately.

Another sign that back pain can arise from cancer is pain that is active at night and in the morning but is rarely noticeable during the day.

One of the dominant features of cancer, which causes it to spread to the spine, is metastatic cancer, meaning that it originated from a different part of the body.

The spine is the third most common site of metastatic cancer.

The Harvard Health blog states: “Back pain is constant and may get worse when lying down. Numbness, weakness, or tingling in the legs may get worse. If cancer spreads to the spinal nerves that control the bladder and intestines, there may be bowel or bladder incontinence. “.

Another possible cause of lower back pain can be bone cancer, which begins as a reluctance (pain or discomfort in an area of ​​the body that occurs when the affected area is touched) gradually developing into persistent pain.

The NHS says: “Pain from bone cancer usually begins with a feeling of tenderness in the affected bone. This gradually progresses to a constant soreness or soreness that comes and goes, persists at night and at rest. Any bone can be affected, although bone cancer It often develops in the long bones of the legs or upper arms.

The British Health Authority notes that back pain caused by cancer is often accompanied by swelling and redness around the affected bones.

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