Not everyone with cancer has cancer pain, but some do. If you have cancer that’s spread or repeated, your chance of having pain is higher. Most cancer pain is caused by the tumor pressing on bones, nerves, or other organs in the body.
Sometimes the pain is due to your cancer treatment. For example, some chemotherapy drugs can cause numbness and tingle in your hands and feet. or they might cause a burning sensation at the spot where you have the drug injection & Radiotherapy can cause skin redness and irritation.
Keep in mind that most cancer pain is manageable and that controlling your pain is essential to your treatment.