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What are symptoms of advanced stomach cancer?

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Symptoms can include:

�Discomfort or pain in the upper or middle part of your abdomen

�Blood in your stool, which may look black or tarry

�Vomiting or vomiting blood, which may look like coffee grounds

�Trouble swallowing

�Weight loss

�Pain or bloating in the stomach after you eat

�Feeling full after you eat a small amount

�Weakness or fatigue associated with anemia

�A buildup of fluid in your stomach called ascites

SOURCES:
American Academy of Family Physicians.
The Mayo Clinic. "Stomach Cancer."
The Journal of the American Medical Association, January 14, 2004; Vol. 291 No. 2

Reviewed by Sabrina Felson on July 31, 2020

SOURCES:
American Academy of Family Physicians.
The Mayo Clinic. "Stomach Cancer."
The Journal of the American Medical Association, January 14, 2004; Vol. 291 No. 2

Reviewed by Sabrina Felson on July 31, 2020

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