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Pancreatic cancer: Light coloured stools or dark coloured urine could indicate your risk

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When to see a GP

As the NHS explains, if you have another condition like irritable bowel syndrome, you may get bowel-related issues like those associated with pancreatic cancer regularly.

“But it’s important to be checked by a GP if your symptoms change, get worse, or do not feel normal for you,” says the health body.

You should see a GP if you have:

Lost a noticeable amount of weight over the last six to 12 months without trying

Other symptoms of pancreatic cancer that get worse or do not get better after two weeks

A condition that causes symptoms with your digestion that are not getting better after two weeks of using your usual treatments.



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