The most common symptoms of mid- to advanced-stage kidney cancer are:
However, in around half of all cases the cancer causes no symptoms and is only detected during a routine ultrasound scan.
See your doctor immediately if you have pain or a swelling or lump in your kidney area (on either side of your body, just below your ribcage).
You should also see your doctor if you have blood in your urine. Although it’s highly unlikely to be caused by kidney cancer, it could be a symptom of a less serious condition that still requires treatment, such as a kidney stone or bladder stone.
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Source: NHS UK