I hope I don't have it...
The exact symptoms of bone cancer will vary, depending on the size of the cancer and where it is in the body. Common symptoms include:
Problems with movement
I found this information on Cancer Research UK website. That is why it is pretty reliable info. I also recommend you to visit you GP or oncologist.
Your doctor will ask you questions about the symptoms you are experiencing to help find out the cause of the problem, called a diagnosis. This may include how long you’ve been experiencing the symptom(s) and how often.
If cancer is diagnosed, relieving symptoms and side effects remains an important part of cancer care and treatment. This may also be called symptom management, palliative care, or supportive care. Be sure to talk with your health care team about symptoms you experience, including any new symptoms or a change in symptoms.