9. Fatigue and Pain in Your Fingers
If you are feeling tired/fatigued all the time, and your fingers are in pain, it may be an early symptom of lung cancer. If the skin that’s on your palms starts getting thick, and you happen to notice an appearance of pale or white folds, you may be experiencing a condition that is known as “tripe palm.” This condition places you within the high risk group for lung cancer. Your fingertips may appear raised or wider under the nails or may feel warm, swollen, or reddened. You might also notice difficulty picking up things and clumsiness. In case you happen to notice this symptom, you should consult your doctor immediately.
When the airways get constricted, inflamed or blocked, it results in a whistling or wheezing sound whenever you breathe out. Well, the more common causes of wheezing are allergies and asthma, however, it may also be a lung cancer symptom. If the wheezing persists, and you don’t have asthma, you should consult your doctor and find out what is causing it.