Colon tumors and facial flushing
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Symptoms of neuroendocrine tumours
The flushing is often unexpected and unpredictable. This can cause Cushing syndrome, with symptoms of.. They can be cancerous or non-cancerous. Check here for alerts. Symptoms may result from both the tumour itself and from any hormones it releases into the bloodstream. This can cause cramps, belly pain, weight loss, fatigue, bloating, diarrhea, or nausea and vomiting, which might come and go. Some medications, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor SSRI antidepressants , may make symptoms worse by further increasing your levels of serotonin. These symptoms may come on unexpectedly, as the hormones can be produced by the tumour at any time. A tumor usually has to grow fairly large before it completely blocks obstructs the intestine and causes severe belly pain, nausea and vomiting, and a potentially life-threatening situation. Carcinoid syndrome Some carcinoid tumours produce large amounts of hormones and cause carcinoid syndrome. If the bleeding is more severe, it can make stools black and tarry.
A carcinoid tumor sometimes can cause intestinal bleeding. This can Facial flushing (redness and warm feeling); Severe diarrhea; Wheezing.
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