Symptoms of lung cancer in women can be quite similar to those experienced by men. However, some specific symptoms that women might notice include:

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Persistent or chronic coughing that worsens over time

Coughing

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Difficulty in breathing or catching your breath, especially with routine      activities.

Shortness of breath

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Sharp or dull pain in the chest, shoulder, or back, which might worsen      with coughing or deep breathing.

Chest Pain

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Changes in voice, hoarseness, or wheezing.

Hoarseness

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Bloody or rust-colored phlegm or sputum when coughing.

Coughing up Blood

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Feeling excessively tired or weak.

Fatigue

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Significant and unexplained weight loss over a short      period of time.

Unexplained Weight Loss

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A decrease in hunger or interest in food.

Loss of Appetite

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Frequent or repeated infections like bronchitis or      pneumonia.

Recurrent Respiratory Infections