5. Presence of blood in vomit and stool
Colitis and Crohn’s diseases are also in which bloody stool is noticed but it can also be a sign of cancer. One you should take suggestions from the GI doctor if he/she notices blood in stool and vomit in time for the treatment.
Dr. Sarpel says that if the person is suffering from cancer, the stool is more likely to look tarry black or maroon in color. The reason behind this color is because of the digestive enzymes. She also points outs the color of vomit that is bright red and may have the texture of the coffee ground because of partial digestion.
6. Blotting, Diarrhea, and Constipation
Sometimes you face such problems like blotting and diarrhea but it’s not always an indication towards the fatal disease called stomach cancer. Consult a doctor so that he can pinpoint your problems.
We all suffer from stomachaches from time to time and this pain makes people unable to think about the stomach cancer. According to Dr. Sarpel, in her point of view, it is not so common type of cancer and it is not necessary that the stomachaches or pain are going to develop in cancer.
Now it comes that how much common is this cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, it’s not that much common hardly 1 out of 111 adults will have cancer at some point in their life. This disease is more common among men. The person’s chance for this disease increases with the increase in age.