28. Your Toenails Aren’t Growing
If you can’t recall the last time you cut your toenails, it’s time to make sure there is no condition responsible for that. Slow-growing toenails or leg hair, or foot wounds that don’t heal properly, are all indicators of peripheral artery disease (PAD). These symptoms point to poor blood flow in the lower half of your body due to plaque buildup in the arteries.
27. You’re Really Bloated
Aside from simply eating a little too much food or being a sign that your period is starting any moment now, abnormal and uncomfortable bloating can be a sign of ovarian cancer. You might also find that you have to pee frequently, along with pelvic pain, or experience pain during sex. If your doctor believes ovarian cancer is behind your bloating, they will do a physical exam to identify an enlarged ovary.
26. You Have Spots on Your Skinv
While it is important to watch for changing moles that are irregular in shape, size, or color, a new mole that pops up should raise concern. According to a new study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 70 percent of melanomas arose from a new mole, while only 30 percent sprang from an existing one.