Abdominal Symptoms of Cancer
Symptoms of diarrhoea, bloating and discomfort in the tummy area that lasts for three weeks or more, which could be symptoms of abdominal cancers (oesophageal, stomach, pancreatic, ovarian, colorectal, kidney and uterine).
• If you’ve been suffering from tummy troubles such as diarrhoea, bloating or discomfort for three weeks or more, it could be a sign of cancer
• It’s probably nothing serious, but finding cancer early makes it more treatable and can save lives
• Speak to your GP
• Your NHS is here to see you, safely
Coronavirus has changed a lot about our lives, including the experience of visiting your GP surgery. If you have been invited for cervical screening (a smear test) or are overdue, you may have questions or concerns about how your appointment will work now. Please call us and our Receptionists will book you an appointment and provide all the Information you will need when visiting our GP Surgery.
If you would like more Information about Cervical Screening, please click on the follwing link
Lung Cancer Awareness
- If you’ve had a cough for three weeks or more, and it isn’t COVID-19, it could still be a warning sign
- A cough for three weeks or more could be a sign of cancer. Just contact your GP practice
- It’s probably nothing serious, but finding cancer early makes it more treatable
Your NHS is here to see you, safely
RAISING AWARENESS MONTH OVARIAN CANCER - MARCH
Ovarian cancer is the eighth most common cancer in women, excluding skin cancer. A woman’s risk of getting ovarian cancer during her lifetime is about one in 67.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer are persistent and frequent (they usually happen more than 12 times a month).
See your GP if you have symptoms or if you would like further Information please click on the following link