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Brain Cancer Symptoms:-

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Symptoms of Brain Cancer are:

  • Headache (arise from increased pressure generated by the tissue growth)
  • Apt to be worse in the morning than during the rest of the day
  • Vomiting (also arise from elevated pressure)  
  • Also worse earlier in the day
  • Nausea (may not accompany vomiting)  
  • Seizures (caused by interference with electrical flow paths)  
  • Ten percent of seizures that first come on as an adult are due to a tumor.  
  • Drowsiness, Loss of Consciousness or Altered Consciousness  
  • Incontinence
  • Blurred Vision or Vision Loss (from decreased blood flow in the eye, swelling of optic nerve, or growth in visual processing areas)  
  • Ringing or Buzzing in the Ears, or Hearing Loss (from growth on sensory nerves or in auditory processing areas)  
  • Dizziness
  • Lack of Coordination, [especially walking ]
  • Eye Twitches
  • Pupil Sizes Uneven
  • Weakness (often affects only one side of the body)
  • Paralysis (on one or both sides of the body)  
  • Uncharacteristic Personality
  • Changes in Speech
  • Poor Memory
  • Impaired Reasoning Skills  
  • Possible Fever
  • Weight Gain or Hormonal Changes, for Pituitary Tumors

Source  www.tjsamson.client.web-health.com

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