The symptoms of stomach cancer vary from person to person. Cancer in early stages may have mild or no symptoms. The symptoms may also be like to those of other diseases or conditions.
The most common symptoms of stomach cancer include:
Indigestion or heartburn
Pain in the abdomen
Feeling of fullness or bloating in the abdomen
Nausea and vomiting
Diarrhea or constipation
Blood in the stool
Loss of appetite
Unexplained weight loss
Weakness and feeling tired
Stomach cancer that is more advanced can block the stomach or intestines. This can cause vomiting that doesn’t go away. Cancer can also spread to the liver. If this occurs, it can cause yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice) or fluid in the abdomen (ascites).