What are symptoms of brain cancer? Sloshing sound?

Vraiable. Headaches, blurred vision, facial or one sided body weakness, or any other non specific symptoms.
Unlikely. There are many causes of hearing a "sloshing" sound. I would start with a visit to your primary care physician before embarking on a brain tumor search. A brain tumor is very unlikely to be responsible--though it is remotely possible.

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