What are the first symptoms of metastatic breast cancer?
- Bone pain.
- Changes in brain function.
- Trouble breathing.
- Belly swelling.
- Yellow skin or eyes (jaundice)
- Double vision.
What does metastatic breast cancer feel like? Breast cancer that has spread to the bones may cause: Sudden bone pain, such as hip or back pain, which may feel similar to the discomfort associated with arthritis or exercise strain but is persistent or progressively worse even with rest or conservative measures.
Would I know if I had metastatic cancer? Some common signs of metastatic cancer include: pain and fractures, when cancer has spread to the bone. headache, seizures, or dizziness, when cancer has spread to the brain. shortness of breath, when cancer has spread to the lung.
What is the most common site for breast cancer metastasis? Among the study population, we found that bone was still the most common site of metastasis for breast cancer (65.1%, including single and multiple metastatic sites), followed by lung (31.4%), liver (26.0%) and brain (8.8%) metastasis.