19 year old suffering increasingly severe headaches and migraines with syptoms of a brain tumour?

See your MD. there are many causes for headaches and because of the increasing symptoms you are experiencing i would recommend you seek medical care. Still it is not likely that you have a brain tumor Feel better.

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Do I have a brain tumor as I have been experiencing a severe headache since a long time (i am a migraine patient)alongwith weakness, pain in my body...?

Need CT or MRI brain. You need a brain ct or MRI to check for any structural cause of headache. Read more...
Get an evaluation. Episodes of severe headache followed by recovery would suggest that you do not have a tumor but have migraine. If you are having progressive symptoms, then you need a thorough medical and neurological evaluation. Some migraine patients develop chronic headache. This may be due to excessive use of medications. Discuss with your doctor. Read more...

Does a brain tumor cause forgetfulness and severe headaches?

Possibly. Brain tumors can cause forgetfulness and certainly are associated with headaches, however many other things can cause this too. If you are having these symptoms please see your doctor. Read more...
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I have 4 months left of temodar (temozolomide) for brain tumor treatment I am getting severe headaches where the surgery was is there something I can do to help this?

Need to scan. When was the last time you get your MRI of the brain? You would need to have one done as soon as possible. See/call your oncologist and tell him/her your problem and get an MRI done . Need to make sure that the brain cancer is not progressing and giving you this severe headache. Read more...
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