What are the symptoms of first stage stomach cancer?
Symptoms of Stomach Cancer
Nausea and vomiting: Especially regurgitating solid food shortly after eating. Vomit can sometimes contain blood. Feeling full after eating a small amount (early satiety): Many cancer patients experience the feeling of ‘fullness’ in their upper abdomen after eating small amounts of food.
What does an abdominal tumor feel like?
An abdominal mass causes visible swelling and may change the shape of the abdomen. A person with an abdominal mass may notice weight gain and symptoms such as abdominal discomfort, pain, and bloating. Masses in the abdomen are often described by their location.
Do stomach tumors hurt?
Stomach pain: Abdominal discomfort or pain in the abdomen above the navel may be a symptom of a stomach tumor. Also, swelling or fluid build-up in the abdomen may also be caused by stomach cancer.
How long can you have stomach cancer without knowing?
As the cancer progresses, the symptoms that do appear can be misdiagnosed as normal gastrointestinal issues. As a result, stomach cancer can go undetected for years before the symptoms become concerning enough to warrant diagnostic testing.
Why do I feel a hard ball in my stomach?
Most often, a lump in the abdomen is caused by a hernia. An abdominal hernia occurs when there is a weak spot in the abdominal wall. This allows the internal organs to bulge through the muscles of the abdomen. A hernia may appear after you strain, or lift something heavy, or after a long period of coughing.
What is a Mass in stomach?
An abdominal mass is a growth or swelling in a part of your abdomen. An abdominal mass can have many causes that range from harmless to life-threatening. Most abdominal masses are found during routine physical exams. They often develop slowly, and you may not be able to feel them yourself.