The main symptoms of lung cancer include: a cough that doesn't go away after two or three weeks. a long-standing cough that gets worse. persistent chest infections. coughing up blood. an ache or pain when breathing or coughing. persistent breathlessness. persistent tiredness or lack of energy.
Lung cancer is one of the most common and serious types of cancer. Around 44,500 people are diagnosed with the condition every year in the UK. a persistent cough. coughing up blood. persistent breathlessness. unexplained tiredness and weight loss. an ache or pain when breathing or coughing.
There are a number of symptoms of lung cancer. You should see your GP if you are concerned about any of these symptoms.
Lung cancer. Have a look at information from the Bupa health directory about how you get lung cancer, the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.