Early stages of lung cancer often do not produce any signs or symptoms. As the disease progresses, the signs and symptoms mentioned below may occur; however, they can also be caused by other conditions or diseases.

Common Symptoms

• Pain in the chest, shoulder, back, or arms
• Recurrent lung infection (pneumonia or bronchitis)
• Worsening or persistent cough that lasts for three or more weeks
• Fatigue
• Shortness of breath
• Coughing up blood
• Hoarseness or changing voice
• Loss of appetite or unexplained weight loss

Less Common Symptoms

• Wheezing
• Swelling in the face or neck
• Blood clots
• Weakness or dizziness
• Bone pain or fractures
• Painful lumps (swollen lymph nodes) in the neck or near the collarbone
If you have any of these signs or symptoms, do get them checked by your healthcare provider