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Is bppv type dizziness that last for a few days every month or so associated with brain tumour? is this what brain tumour dizziness is like? v anxious

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Dr. Ayman Omar
Specializes in Neurology
No: I don't believe so. Acoustic neuromas which are benign can cause vertigo but BPPV type dizziness is not typically related to brain tumors.

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