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Brain tumor causing sharp pain & dizziness?

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4-5 months ago I got a big sharp pain in the back of my head that caused me me too loose balance and get really dizzy .it lasted like 15 seconds and the next day I had a big dizziness in the back if my head that lasted about 25 days..I didn't want to get off my bed because I felt worser.then it kinda went away but the dizzy feeling in the back if my head stayed...I can still do all normal activities but not it's really bothering me.I went to two doctors and said they don't believe I have a brain tumor,....what do you personally think??have you ever heard about this?


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replied May 31st, 2010
Brain Cancer Answer A12705
Thanks for using this forum...

It seems like you had a neck spasm due to sitting in a bad posture and this pain can radiate to back of head and also lead to vertigos,,,This is self remitting and once the spasm is relieved you will start feeling better...

take care...

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