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In many cases, there are no obvious symptoms of kidney cancer at first and it may only be picked up during tests carried out for another reason.
Symptoms of kidney cancer can include:
Some of these symptoms only occur once the cancer is more advanced and has spread to other parts of the body, such as the bones or lungs.
See your GP if you have symptoms of kidney cancer.
Although it's unlikely you have cancer, it's important to get your symptoms checked out.
Your GP may sometimes need to refer you for some tests in hospital to find out what the problem is.
Read more about how kidney cancer is diagnosed.