Why do I feel headache and bulging eyes are a brain tumor?

Fears of tumours. You need to know all the different causes of headaches---then if you feel there is pressure in the head still could be a variety of causes other than tumours--research bulging eyes, there plenty causes-- we are programmed to think about our previous memory, mostly false beliefs, other people have told us this is their diagnosis--- need hx ands exam and imaging to shake you false beliefs.
No relationship. Headache can be a symptom of brain tumor, but bulging eyes are not. Headache, however, is frequently associated with eye symptoms such as sharp pain in the eye, sensitivity to light, visual blurring, and excessive tearing. Bulging eyes can be a symptom of grave's disease, which is a disease of thyroid gland.

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I told my doctor about my headaches and ear ringing I ask did I jave an brain tumor she look in my eyes what that mean and ask me a few question do I have vision problem I said no do light hurt my eyes again no so she aint order a cat scan but I feel pain

How long? Most headaches do not have a serious cause if persistent and progressive a ct scan of the brain is justified as a first step to a diagnosis. Read more...
Anything. Headaches can come from fatigue, sleeping too much or too little, eye strain, sleep apnea, snoring, being dehydrated, having chronic sinusitis or allergies, too much caffeine or over the counter headache medication, high blood pressure or something more serious like a tumor. See your doctor and get checked. Read more...
Not a brain tumor. Primary headaches can be very debilitating but doesn't mean there is a brain tumor. The headaches and ear ringing might need concurrent management and you may need a consult a pain center. You can try some self care things including warm compresses, hot showers, meditation, massages and green tea. Read more...

Friend thinks they have a brain tumor they are 20 years old. They think this because they get temple headaches and eye twitching occasionally?

Possible, unlikely. Your friend should consult a doctor (personal physician or a neurologist) to get a compete exam. While a brain tumor is possible, there are many other less serious possibilities including migraine headaches (more common in women), cluster headaches (more common in men), vision problems, and others. After exam if nothing serious turns up, consider alternative options such as CBT psychotherapy. Read more...
My response. There seems to be an epidemic of 20-somethings in California fearing they have brain tumors due to presence of migraine headaches. As mentioned multiple times before, brain tumors are rare, do not usually present with just headaches, and eye twitching is normally secondary to benign myokymia, or blepharospasm. Read more...

Does a constant twitch in left eye +headache mean possible reoccurrence of brain tumor? I have a history of tumor in right occipital lobe.

Blepharospasm? The condition that you have with your eyelids is called blepharospasm. Speak to your ophthalmologist about it. I don't think that it's related to your previous condition. You may need to get a follow- up MRI. Try to get copies of your past medical records now before they have been transferred to long term storage. Then scan them and keep them on a thb drive which you can download to any md. Read more...
It is not but. it is not but with your history I will be worried. If I am in your shoes I will definitely see my neurologist or my PCP for a peace of mind. Read more...

I'm having constant frontal headaches associated with eye pain/eye strain. I've taken Tylenol, but doesn't help. I was recently diagnosed with glaucoma and I'm 29. Could there possibly be a misdiagnose and I could possibly have a brain tumor?

Some advice. You may well have glaucoma but that does not explain the headaches, which may well be migraine in etiology. Not sure why "brain tumor" is a concern, as such a lesion would be relatively rare at your age. Would not hurt to clear the concerns via a brain MRI, and you might see a neurologist to help with headache management. Read more...
Maybe but. I doubt that you have a tumor. You can get it checked but the more likely cause is stress and the eye strain you mentioned. The glaucoma can give you eye pain. Has this been treated and is it severe? Do you have a lot of stress. If you have eye strain have you been checked for glasses? These are things I would check out first. Read more...

Right temple ache for almost a week now & under my right eye as well. Watery eye. Doctor said it was tension headache. I'm worried a bout brain tumor?

Very unlikely. Only about 1000 brain tumors are diagnosed in the US per year in people between the ages of 15 and 20. So, it would be very unlikely this headache is related to a tumor. It will likely go away with time. It can be from dehydration or caffeine withdrawal. Return to your doctor if it is persistent and/or worsening. Also, note if there are other symptoms such as seizures, shaking, speech problems,etc. Read more...