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What Kind Of Headaches Do Brain Tumors Cause
Recurring headache top/left. Comes and goes. Varies in intensity, length & pain type (burn, throb, pinch). Very anxious about a brain tumor. Causes?
Migraine: likely but if getting worse get an mri , take excedrin for headaches, get good sleep be sure no sleep aopnea usually form being overweight, never smoke , eta well and rest , less stress be sinuses clear if not use nasal saline then nasal steroid any on sale but example would be flonase. see neurologist if all else fails ...Read more
Headache: There are a variety of etiologies for headaches and most are not related to brain tumors. Brain tumors can provide a variety of symptoms, including none at all. Headaches from tumors can be described differently by different people and may be related to size, location and an individual's perception. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Some brain tumors cause no symptoms until they get very large, while others cause symptoms when they're small. It's all about location. Constant headaches have many causes, and most of them are not brain tumors! there are headache specialists who may be able to help you. Ask your doctor for a referral! ...Read more
Are headaches caused by leaning forward, laying down and worse with excersice always happens with brain tumors? Are these symptoms with other things?
Not necessarily. : Tumors are just one of the many many things that can cause headaches and thankfully are one of the rarer ones. If you are concerned, speak to your physician. ...Read more
No data: There are controversial studies suggesting that use of cell phones can cause brain tumors. This is not conclusive. There are other studies suggesting that living close to power lines can increase the risk of brain tumors. This too is controversial. There are no data to suggest that wifi laptops cause headaches and tumors. Pain can occur from the strain to the neck and eyes with prolonged use. ...Read more
I've been having tension type headaches for the past few days or so. It happens ONLY at night and top/sides of the head. Is this a brain tumor?
Highly unlikely: Your symptoms aren't at all the classical or common ones we hear from people who end up complaining of headaches which turn out to be associated with the growth of brain tumors. Headaches ONLY at night time for example & ONLY on the top & sides of the head (i.e. practically the whole head) & without focal neurological complaints do not suggest tumor. See doc for more information). ...Read more
Would a headache caused by a brain tumor feel like it's on the surface of the head? Top left of the head, mostly when bending over, but not everytime
Please don't worry: Thankfully your history does not suggest a brain tumor. The human brain has no pain sensitive structures and thus brain tumors present more commonly with other neurologic symptoms or seizures. You should have a neurologic evaluation to set your mind at ease. Good luck and get well soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Two types: Relieving pain in a patient with a brain tumor should involve two different approaches: treatment of the tumor or of related swelling, as with steroids, to decrease pressure inside the head; and pain medication (analgesics) from tylenol (acetaminophen) on the low end to morphine at the top. Each patient is individual. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Been having headaches, been getting much worse sleep than usual. Anxious & stressed. Can this be the cause? Or something sinister like gbm brain tumor?
Do you fear you have: A zebra? It sounds like a horse to me. Anxiety & stress can lead to headaches, musculoskeletal aches, & problems with sleep. Have you considered deep breathing exercises or progressive muscle relaxation to calm yourself? How about acupuncture, yoga or meditation? Make sure that you use excellent sleep hygiene. Retire & rise same time each day. Keep bedroom dark & cool & use only for sex & sleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could not Sleeping for 5 days, (Sleep Deprivation) Cause Brain Tumor? i been getting HeadAches Lately
No: Brain tumors can form at any age, but are not associated with sleep deprivation. See your physician for an examination of your eyes and nerves to address both your worry of brain tumor and to understand your headaches. A referral to a Neurologist may be recommended at that time. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What are the chances of having a brain tumor when neurologist says everything is fine and the headaches are tension type?
Very unlikely: The vast majority of patients seen for headaches have either tension headaches or migraine. It's probably not uncommon for a primary care physician not to have seen even one patient his entire career who had a primary brain tumor as a cause for headache. A neurologist would generally be cautious and would certainly order an MRI or CT scan of the brain if there was even a slight chance of a tumor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have read that brain tumor headaches often are present in morning. But morning headaches could still be due to tension headache or other benign cause?
Yea: Headaches can occur at any time, but headaches due to rumors usually get progressively worse. ...Read more
Where is headache caused by a brain tumor commonly felt? Top of the head? Forehead? Neck? All of the above?
Can be anywhere: It would be good to have your history of frequent headaches worked up by your doctor too, so you can rest assured that you don't have something you fear. That can bring peace of mind. Keep your cell phone away from your brain/testes in any case. Hands free alter natives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How likely is occasional tingling in 1 foot to be caused by brain tumor? 33yo-grandma has foot neuropothy.I have occasional headaches,no hist of tumor
Too isolated: What you describe is too isolated to be caused by a brain lesion. When affected areas of motor (strength) and other sensation typically go together. Neuropathy is an consideration, this affects the nerves peripherally. Rare at 33 without an underlying condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can déjà vu be caused by anxiety? So worried I have a brain tumor! Had déjà vu 3 times today! Also have health anxiety, dizzy, mild headaches.
Frequent headaches for 10 years. Last 2 months intermittent leg and arm tingling. Could this be caused by brain tumor?
I have a brain tumor with epilepsy and it was cause by a car accident 2 year ago .i been having alot of headaches with dizziness and weakness .
Brain tumor epilepsy: When is your next appointment with your neurologist? Sounds like you need to be seen very soon. If your weakness involves less muscle strength instead of just fatigue, it is more urgent. If your dizziness is vertigo, the world spinning around you, it would be best to be seen ASAP to have neural imaging in the ER. Have someone drive you or call 911. Do not drive, please. ...Read more
Daily headaches that usually last two weeks before subsiding. Stressing over a brain tumor makes them worse and longer. Clear CT scan in dec. Cause?
Stress? worrying?: Head ct usually picks up a brain tumor. Check on line for cluster headache. Reassurance from your dr. Is perhaps all you need. Worrying and stress can trigger headache. So is lack of sleep, too much of caffeinated drink, anxiety, depression, uncontrolled hypertension and a multitide of reasons. Perhaps some relaxation or regular exercise regimen or watching comedy may help. Don't worry, be happy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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