10 Signs of Pancreatic Cancer

6. Discolored Stools

It is normally observed that the blockage of liver bile duct by the enlarged tumor in the pancreas can discolor the stool of the patient. It may look like clay, white, chalky or pale in color. It also changes the color of your urine to a bit darker shade without any dietary reason. A change of odor of stool and urine is also noticed in most of the cases. Their stool may smell unusually and intense foul with some patches of blood whereas urine can smell very pungent. Though these symptoms are not very common in pancreatic cancer but you should not ignore them if you are experiencing them along with other symptoms.

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