Would a brain tumor cause tingling in my head?

Most likely not. Brain tumor can present in a number of ways. You are at an unlikely age for brain tumor. Consider seeing your primary care provider or neurologist to evaluate tingling.

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What kind of brain tumor can cause intermittent lip twitch and continuous mild tingling tounge for over many weeks do I need imaging?

Many causes, see MD. Are you worried about having a brain tumor? Or have you been diagnosed with something? Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. There are several things that can cause your symptoms that are not related to brain rumors . Some of these include trauma, vitamin deficiency, allergies, biting tongue, hormonal changes, ms, and nerve disease. See a doctor. Get checked. Read more...
PLEASE, PLEASE.. Do not try to self diagnose yourself with internet searches and questions on websites such as this one. Even the top physicians in the world would have to examine you to begin to determine the proper diagnosis and treatment. Please set up an appointment with your own physician as soon as possible. Your physician will determine what tests are needed. Read more...

Can brain tumor cause aches and tingling to whole body also sleep disturbnces I wake up evey 3 hour. Did spine MRI blood neuro eye tests al ok fibro?

Doubt a tumor. Your description is not one of signs from a brain tumor, and in fact, more likely represents a different problem. Fibromyalgia could indeed cause sleep disturbance, pain and aching over all 4 body quadrants, and would not be associated with abnormalities in the above tests. Many physiatrists and rheumatologists focus on such issues, and a number of medications can help you. Read more...

Can brain tumor cause aches and tingling to whole body also sleep disturbnces I wake up evey 3 hour. Did spine MRI blood neuro eye tests al ok anxiety?

Brain tumor . Is very serious condition , i hope u don;t have it ..If u have these synpotoms , make sure u discuss it with u physician. Read more...
Anxiety. I'm glad your spine, blood, eye and neuro exams were clear. With all this, brain tumor is unlikely. You question whether anxiety can cause some of these problems, and it's possible. It sounds like your family physician has started an initial workup, and wants to help you. Consulting with a psychiatrist may be a good idea also; can work w/you on the anxiety piece. Maybe a sleep study also. Read more...

I've been having a tingling sensation on the left side of my head follwed by a burning sensation on my fore head. Been worryimg about it could be a brain tumor?

Not a tumor. your symptoms are consistent with a panic attack more than a neurological event. For your own peace of mind ,go and see a neurologist, he might order a MRI to clear that diagnosis,but the main issue is you get proper evaluation And treatment. Read more...

I have headcahe and face and lip tingling and coldness and numbness. I also have weekness in my jaw and breathshortage. Do I have brain tumor?

Rule it out. What you describe may be anything from unconscious hyperventilation to something much more serious to try to address in 400 characters. A physician's office visit is in order. Good luck. Read more...
Possible. The symptoms you describe suggest a problem in your brainstem, or a brain problem caused by something else, such as an abnormal heart rhythm leading to inadequate blood supply to the brain. This can be a complex problem to figure out, and might be very serious so see your doctor. You will likely need a cardiological (heart) evaluation and a neurologic one as well. Read more...

I have occasional lightheadedness, and on other occasions I feel a head-rush similar to an adrenaline rush. I also sometimes have a tingling sensation in my feet and hands. Should I be worried about brain tumors or ALS? Or is this anxiety 101?

Need more info. Your complaints are common to many conditions both physical and psychological. It would take an exam and a detailed personal history to try to understand what is going on. First start out with a visit to your family physician who after an exam and interview should be able to set you on the right road to feeling better. Read more...

Where at in the head does a brain tumor cause pressure?

Any place. A large enough tumour can cause increased pressure in skull cavity no matter where it is located. However even relatively small tumors in posterior fossa cavity of skull can lead to high intra cranial pressure. Read more...
Pain, not pressure. Small brain tumors may cause pain, by irritating nerves in the lining of the skull (the dura/meninges). This pain could be perceived in many locations around the head, neck and face. Also, many brain tumors are discovered because an MRI is done to investigate a headache complaint, even though the tumor may have nothing to do with the headache. Read more...