You all must know that cancer is such a disease that there is no permanent cure. Yes and due to this deadly disease the cells of the body start getting destroyed and then gradually the organs stop working. However, if this disease is detected in time, then cancer can be treated. Yes, although there are many types of cancer, but pancreatic cancer is very dangerous among them. Yes, recently experts have told about the symptoms of pancreatic cancer, which occurs in the organ behind the lower part of the stomach (pancreas). In fact, experts say that the pancreas is very much inside the body, so it is very difficult to detect it in the beginning and its symptoms are also visible in the legs, from which this cancer can be detected.
Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer - According to the Cancer Society, pancreatic cancer has the ability to cause the blood to reach the hyper-coagulative stage. Yes and this is the stage where blood clots start to form. In fact, if someone has this cancer, then blood clots start appearing in his leg and this can be the first symptom of pancreatic cancer. Apart from this, the stage of blood clotting in the veins is called Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
In fact, according to the Cancer Society, symptoms of cancer can include pain, swelling, reddening of the feet and warm feet. At the same time, in some cases, blood clots can also reach the lungs, due to which there may be difficulty in breathing. At the same time, this condition is called pulmonary embolism (PE) and it can also increase the risk of death. Apart from this, if blood clots are found in someone's body, it will not mean that he has cancer. In fact, in many cases, blood clots are caused by other reasons. According to a recent research, about 70 percent of people do not know that they have a clot in their blood.
The most dangerous is pancreatic cancer - the results of a survey have revealed that the risk of DVT is increasing due to lack of awareness among patients. Yes and the treatment of pancreatic cancer is very difficult. DVT makes pancreatic cancer even more dangerous, and only 5 percent of patients with the disease survive.