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Symptoms and Risks of Mesothelioma

Symptoms for Mesothelioma

A mesothelioma usually arises only from 20 to 60 years after exposure to asbestos.

The most common symptoms are:
pain or discomfort in the chest
difficulty moving the chest

Other symptoms depend on the location of the tumor. And whether the tumor has grown into other tissues or organs.

Complaints that you may have are-
swelling on the chest- this is because the tumor grows between the ribs
difficulty swallowing- this may be because the tumor presses on the esophagus

There is no accumulation of fluid between the chest webs? Then the chest can be flatter and go askew. As a result, the one shoulder to be lower than the other. Breathing feels stiffer. "I can not breathe good" is a common complaint.

In a later stage of the disease worsens in many people's condition. This goes together with:
more pain
shortness of breath
poor appetite
weight loss

Risk of Mesothelioma

There is a clear association between exposure to asbestos and t…

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