Not every patient feels pain in cancer; even if you feel Pain in cancer, it is normal. However, if you have cancer that is spreading or recurring, your chances of having pain are greater.
Cancer pain can be of different types. It can be achy, dull, sharp, or burning sensation. It can also be constant, intermittent, moderate, or severe. The pain you feel depends on many factors. Including the type, the origin, stage of cancer, and also depends on your pain tolerance.
The fight against cancer requires more than just taking medications as recommended by a doctor. Cancer treatments are hard on the body and often result in fatigue, pain, discomfort and a general lack of energy. Quality of life often decreases as a result of medicine side effects or the medication side effects. However, healthy diet planning, exercise and other elements can improve one’s quality of life before, during, and after fighting cancer and going through treatment. Nutrition and diet play a key role in cancer treatment.