I am very scared. I have been having a stiff neck for a while now. There is also a weird feeling in the back of my head where both of those bones are next to the lymph nodes. I have also been getting a lot of head aches, anxiety and spaced out feeling like I can't think properly and also very fatigued.
I'm 30 years old, with no family history of brain tumors. However I'm scared stiff because these symptoms don't go away. My father keeps saying it's nothing but I've had this dull strange sensation in the back of my head for a while now.
Brain Tumors are more common the older you get- and primary brain tumors are much less common than secondary brain tumors. Do you have any other symptoms like nausea/vomitting, vision problems, speech problems? Sounds like to me your neck is out of alignment- you might want to think about visiting a chiropractor. If your neck is out of wack it can cause symptoms similar to what you are experiencing. If you're worried I would call your doctor and make an appointment
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