5. Loss of Appetite
Food aversions are not typically experienced by people who are healthy. On the contrary, patients who have liver cancer say they do not feel hungry. Loss of appetite can be caused by stress. It can be caused by viruses, too. If your loss of appetite is ongoing, it might be a sign of a serious health issue. Check your inner organs and make sure that your metabolism is good. If you have liver cancer, the liver is enlarged. The organ begins to press on the stomach which makes you feel full without eating or after eating an insignificant amount of food. If your appetite is not good enough, you will consume fewer calories. This, in turn, may lead to rapid weight loss.