One of the first signs of laryngeal cancer is a sudden change in voice, which is persistent for more than three weeks, or sometimes even more. Any such changes or symptoms should not be left ignored, and medical advice should be taken. The symptoms of cancer depend on the origin of the larynx cancer. However, the common symptoms include:
- Change of voice, such as hoarseness.
- Lump formation or swelling in the throat.
- Difficulty while chewing or swallowing.
- Continuous pain in the ears.