Other symptoms include: loss of appetite. changes to bowel habits â€“ including steatorrhoea (pale, smelly stools (poo) that may float), diarrhoea (loose watery stools) or constipation (problems opening your bowels) jaundice (yellow skin and eyes, and itching) nausea and vomiting (feeling and being sick)
What is the pancreas? What are the symptoms of the disease? And what increases my risk of pancreatic cancer? Find out the answers to these and more.
You can read about managing the symptoms people with pancreatic cancer may get at an earlier stage here. Advanced pancreatic cancer (cancer that has .
Other possible symptoms of pancreatic cancer include: nausea and vomiting. changes in bowel movements (diarrhoea or constipation) fever and shivering. indigestion. blood clots.
Pancreatic cancer can cause other symptoms, such as: loss of appetite. indigestion. feeling sick (nausea) and being sick (vomiting) feeling bloated after meals. diarrhoea or a change in bowel habits. feeling very tired. diabetes. depression.
Find out about possible symptoms of pancreatic cancer and when to see your doctor.