I was wondering when you should get help if you feel you have a brain tumor? What symptoms are the major ones for possibly having a brain tumor? I'm tired, sometimes dizzy, ringing ears, headaches every once in a while, nautious every once in a while, and sometimes feel like my vision is acting up, like its unreal? I don't konw if this is anxiety (which I have) or something to get looked at?
You might want to check out the American Brain Tumor Association's website. Here is an excerpt from their site about brain tumor symptoms:
How do you know if you have a brain tumor? If you are concerned about any symptoms you are experiencing, or anything you read here, we encourage you to consult your doctor. Share your concerns. The listed symptoms can have many different causes; your doctor can listen to your medical history and make suggestions to help find the cause for your symptoms.
General Symptoms of a Brain Tumor
Headaches are a common initial symptom. Typical "brain tumor headaches" are often described as worse in the morning, with improvement gradually during the day. They may rouse the person from sleep. Sometimes, upon awakening, the person vomits then feels better. These headaches may worsen with coughing, exercise, or with a change in position such as bending or kneeling. They also do not typically respond to the usual headache remedies.
There are other symptoms listed such as:
Hearing problems such as ringing or buzzing sounds or Hearing loss,
Decreased muscle control,
Lack of coordination,
Weakness or paralysis,
Difficulty with walking or speech,
I'm terrified I might have a brain tumor and I'm 15, I'm curious what medical treatment are you receiving?? Can they be removed?? Please let me know because I'm terrified .I really hope it turns out good for you I really do.
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