Cancer research UK said: “If it isn’t treated, it can lead to weakness in your legs, numbness, paralysis and loss of bladder and bowel control (incontinence). This is called spinal cord compression.
“It is an emergency so if you have these symptoms, you need to contact your cancer specialist straight away or go to the accident and emergency department.”
The good news is that pancreatic cancer only rarely spreads to your bones. The condition prefers to attack the liver, lungs, abdomen or nearby lymph nodes instead.
However, dyschezia isn’t only associated with advanced pancreatic cancer. In fact, constipation could be one of the symptoms that crop up in the early stages.