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Unexplained weight loss is one of the most common cancer symptoms to come up across the board.The NHS say: “You should speak to a GP if you’ve lost a

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Unexplained weight loss is one of the most common cancer symptoms to come up across the board.

The NHS say: “You should speak to a GP if you’ve lost a lot of weight over the last couple of months that cannot be explained by changes to your diet, exercise, or stress.”

However, unintentional weight loss does not necessarily mean someone has cancer, it can be the sign of a range of conditions.

IBS, depression, anxiety, coeliac disease, diabetes, heart failure, and others all have unintentional weight loss as a symptom.

Source: | This article first appeared on Express.co.uk

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