What are Lip Cancer Symptoms and its Signs?
Lip cancer is a type of cancer that develops and grows in the
lips, precisely in their tissues and cells. According to experts said that lip
cancer is not only formed from the cells and tissues of lips, but also from the
surrounding areas so that it could be categorized as oral cancer.
Lip cancer cells are often found in the most sensitive parts
of the epithelial cells in lip, those are at the lower and upper of lip. If
the cancer has been growing very much, this can develop into nerve cells or
muscle inside of the mouth such as nerve cells, soft tissues, and muscle tissue
in the neck, face and gums and this will require further treatment for treat it.
Based on survey, it’s found that women are more prone to get mouth cancer than
men, especially those who have more than 40 years of age. In addition to gender
and age, there are some other factors that may increase the risk of cancers such
as excessive sun exposure, skin, and the effects of excessive smoking.
To Find out Whether Someone is Suffering from Lip
Cancer or not, This can be Seen Based on The Lip Cancer Symptoms and Signs
Bleeding from the mouth or around the area
Difficult to wear dentures
Have lymphadenopathy and non-colored bumps appear on the
lips, mouth, or throat.
It's hard to swallow food, and even feel the pain when
Jaw become swollen with pain
Have the unusual breathing
Pain in the mouth and throat
Mouth sores that can not heal by itself
Get earaches and appear unusual lumps in the neck
Have an itch that does not go away
There are one or more lumps in the mouth, throat, or
tongue (especially on the lips)
The voice suddenly changed and turned into a hoarse voice
It's hard to chew foods like in normal condition
The possibilities of suffering from mouth
cancer can be caused by the following factors:
Sex (usually men are more likely to suffer from lip
Exposed too much sun exposure
Have HPV or Human Papilloma Virus
Consuming excessive alcohol and tobacco (usually due to
tobacco smoking too much)
Have light skin excess (abnormal) due to human
modifications such as surgery or skin whitening
Some facts you should know about Lip Cancer symptoms
Between the face tissue and it cells become interconnected.
Organs that have malignant cancer cells can spread harmful cells to other organs
rapidly by infecting healthy cells around it. As a result of this infection, a
person could get lip cancer or the most commonly known as oral cancer (lip
cancer is a part of group of mouth cancer or oral cancer). Based on survey
results, obtained data showing that about 20 percent of the disease can
recurrence even though those who were suffering from lip cancer have identified
the symptoms and they had early treatment for treating and preventing the growth
of cancer cells and for about 5-10 years after the occurrence, the threat of
cancer recurrence is still possible.