Do you know what eye cancer symptoms to look for? This can be a difficult question to answer because the symptoms can actually be signs of several different kinds of cancer. If someone were to question any of the symptoms they may have though, many will have never even had the slightest indication that anything was wrong. If you do suspect something may be wrong though, then it is a good idea to be as thorough as possible with the monitoring of your health.
The most common type of ocular cancer starts inside of one of your eye's lens structures. Typically melanomas, primary intraocular adenocarcinoma, or squamous cell carcinoma are the ones that people think of first when discussing the eye cancer symptoms that they may have. However, other rarer types of ocular tumors include conjunctiva melanoma, lacrimal carcinoma, and eyelid carcinoma. Any of these should be monitored closely by a doctor for any changes in vision or any other strange symptoms that may have arisen as a result of your vision being affected.
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Blurry Vision - If you suddenly begin to see blurry vision, you may want to start checking into the possible causes for this. If the problem comes from a tumor or other kind of problem on the eyes, then treatment may include removing the tumor or treating it with surgery. In many instances however, if the problem comes from loss of vision, then you may start to notice a noticeable difference in your vision as you age. Even a temporary blurred vision may be an indicator that something may be wrong.
Dark Spot or Floaters - One of the more common eye cancer symptoms that people notice is the appearance of small, dark spots that float across the field of vision. Usually, these dark spots will be found in the corners of your eyes, but some people can also experience them in the middle or near the center of their vision field. These are usually small, soft, and barely noticeable. You may also experience a small, nearly invisible light or flash of light occasionally as well. Both of these will likely disappear once the source of your floaters subsides.
Loss of Glutination - Another one of those eye cancer symptoms that doctors commonly note is a loss of glaucoma. This is a serious condition that often goes undetected until it's far too late. This is caused by damage to the optic nerve that causes blurry, blind spots. However, the symptoms themselves are almost always easy to pinpoint since they typically only last for a few days or so before going away. The symptoms of glaucoma are typically a flushed face, sudden headache, or pain in the upper back. They generally do not cause pain, swelling, or nausea, but their effects can still make seeing uncomfortable.
Eye cancer symptoms include a number of different conditions, some of which you probably aren't even aware exist. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, it's important to contact a doctor as soon as possible to avoid further complications. Also, if you notice a couple of things starting to happen to you on a regular basis, such as blurred vision or flashes of light or a change in your vision, you should see your eye doctor right away as well. Don't let eye cancer go untreated for any length of time, because it often doesn't get better without treatment.