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symptoms of brain cancer ?

what are the symptoms of brain cancer?
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replied April 20th, 2017
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

It depends upon the size of the neoplasm / cancerous lesion and the position. For example in the forebrain, it may affect personality. In the midbrain , it may affect hearing and visual apparatus.

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replied June 20th, 2017
Symptoms of both primary and metastatic brain tumors depend chiefly on the location in the brain and the size of the tumor.

1) Tumors in the frontal lobe of the brain can lead to weakness and lack of ability to move on one side of the body (paralysis), mood disturbances, difficulty in thinking, confusion and disorientation, and emotional mood swings.

2) Parietal lobe tumors can lead to seizures, lack of feeling or paralysis, failure to perform simple mathematical problems, trouble with certain movements, and loss of sense of touch. Tumors in the occipital lobe can lead to loss of vision in half of each visual field and visual hallucinations.

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replied December 20th, 2017
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Hi Everyone,
Brain cancer is a heterogeneous set of diseases and presenting symptoms will vary highly depending on the etiology of the disease.
1. Have headaches which worsen with activity
2. Experience seizures
3. Experience memory loss
4. Nausea/Vomiting/Fatigue
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replied June 15th, 2018
Brain cancer means uncontrolled growth of cancerous cells which forms tumor in the brain. Brain cancer symptoms includes:
1.Headache
2.Dizziness
3.No control over body functions
4.Mood changes
5.Change in vision, hearing, sensation, emotions etc.
6.Memory loss
7.Confusion
8.Fatigue
9.Ability to perform daily activities may get changes
10.Sleep problems

The main cause of brain cancer is still unknown hence there is no option of prevention on brain cancer. It is always good to do medical health checkups on regular basis.

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replied July 19th, 2018
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Symptoms of a brain tumor can be general or specific. A general symptom is caused by the pressure of the tumor on the brain or spinal cord. Specific symptoms are caused when a specific part of the brain is not working well because of the tumor. For many people with a brain tumor, they were diagnosed when they went to the doctor after experiencing a problem, such as a headache or other changes.
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replied April 16th, 2019
Symptoms of brain tumors may include:

New onset or change in pattern of headaches.
Headaches that gradually become more frequent and more severe.
Unexplained nausea or vomiting.
Vision problems, such as blurred vision, double vision or loss of peripheral vision.
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replied August 30th, 2019
When the brain is covered with membranes and the DNA normal cells gets errors,then it can be the cause of brain cancer.
There are many types of brain cancer exist and how they are formed is still difficult to find but the main symptoms of brain Cancer are
dizziness in the body
memory problems
vomiting and drowsiness
inability to speak and feel difficult to identify the person
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