Sorry you're not feeling well, those symptoms can be quite uncomfortable BUT these symptoms can be associated with a number of non-life threatening issues. With health anxiety it's SO easy to jump to the worst case scenario, like cancer, it's even easier these days with access to information like WebMD. I used to feel the compulsion to research every symptom I was experiencing on WebMD, it only reinforced my anxiety and definitely didn't reassure me, I always felt more anxious after spending hours searching my concerns, like heart defects. This worst-case thinking is a symptom of anxiety, it's natural to worry about our health issues but anxiety has a way of ballooning it up from concern to terror. Our anxiety thinks by doing this it's protecting us, when in reality the fear is misguided.
Go to your primary care provider (especially if this is a new issue) and explain your symptoms, they have protocols to follow in order to rule out all potential health issues, and if your symptoms persists they will take pictures (ultrasound, CT scan, etc.) which will be able to see something serious like cancer.