The body communicates with us every day. And it is our job, to protect our health, to listen carefully to what it is trying to tell us and to catch all possible signals. We have already dealt with this topic in the past. It can be seen, for example, in the article “Fatigue and abdominal pain could be symptoms of this most common cancer over the age of 50”, in which we try to highlight this point. Or even in “Many think they are caused by hemorrhoids but instead they could be symptoms of a hidden tumor”, with a similar argument, we try to explain the way our body talks to us and explains what the current situation is. And today we want to do exactly the same thing.
Even a simple pain in the bones especially at night could be the warning of a tumor that is growing
A lot of people have bone problems. Whether it is for serious illnesses or not, it is not an uncommon annoyance. And it happens that, especially when they sleep, they feel this pain spreading. If we are in this situation, surely, we shouldn’t be scared. Just pay a visit to the doctor to make sure everything is in order. But, of course, you always have to look at things from a broader perspective because even a simple pain in the bones, especially at night, could be the warning of a growing tumor. We should start to worry when accompanied by other symptoms that could become a major wake-up call.
Chondrosarcoma, here are the symptoms
Chondrosarcoma is a set of tumors that affects the cartilage. And, therefore, it affects the bones of course. The AIRC, in this case, explains exactly what are the alarms that the body sends if you find yourself in such a situation. First we should really feel the pain in the bones we talked about earlier. In fact, this type of tumor creates a rather acute discomfort, even when we are trying to rest during the night. And this happens especially in the advanced stages.
Furthermore, however, in order to think about such a serious and delicate situation, we should see other signs. For example, we should find fractures caused by events that should not have this consequence. So if mild trauma causes a bone to break, we should start asking specific questions to our treating physician. These signals put together, in fact, could mean something. And after a few checks we will have a safer and more certain answer.
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