Symptoms of peritoneal mesothelioma include inflammation and pain in the stomach due to weight event and cachexia, a drowsiness (a fluid formed in the abdomen). Other symptoms of peritoneal mesothelioma include obstruction of intestines, problems in blood clotting, anemia and fever. If the cancer has spread beyond the mesothelium to other parts of the body, then its symptoms may include pain, swallowing, and swelling on the neck or face.
These symptoms may have arisen due to mesothelioma or other, less severe conditions.
Mesothelioma that affects the pleura can cause these signs and
- Chest pain
Lungs from the lungs, or fluid surrounding the lungs
Shortness of breath
Fatigue or anemia
Wheezing, hoarseness, or cough
Blood flow in the sputum (fluid) due to cough (hemoptysis)
In severe cases, tumor may also occur in the person's body. The situation may also arise in the person to stop functioning by pneumothorax, or lungs. Disease can increase and spread to other parts of the body.
Tumors affecting the stomach normally do not cause any symptoms until they reach the very later stage. Symptoms include:
Abnormal congestion of fluid in the abdomen
Problems in intestinal work
In severe cases of the disease, the following signs and symptoms may exist:
Blood clots in the veins, which can cause thrombophlebitis
Disinfected intravascular coagulation, a problem that causes severe bleeding in many organs of the body
Jaundice, or yellowing in eyes and skin
Decrease in blood glucose level
Leakage in the lungs
Blood clotting in the pulmonary emboli, or lung arteries