3. Abdominal pain
If you have developed a tumor on your pancreas, then you may feel a rather sharp sort of cramp kind of pain rather than an ache that radiates to the back. You’ll feel it just below your breastbone, just above your abdomen. If you can imagine, place the tip of your finger at that exact point, then all the way back to your back, all the way to the spine.
That’s where most of the pain from a tumor diagnosed in the pancreas has said to have originated. The pain is dull at first, but it is also internal and radiates to all sides of your abdomen. The reason why cancerous tumors such as this cause so much pain in the abdomen is because the same tumor is pressing on all your internal organs.
As the tumor gets much larger and grows rapidly, it begins to press on the nerves and start causing severe back pain in the same region. The best thing to do to fix this abdominal pain issue, and find out if you do have a tumor whether malignant or benign is to contact your general practitioner in your local area.