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Could an acoustic neuroma explain my severe headaches and neck pain?
14 doctors weighed in

Dr. Neil Giddings
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
6 doctors agree
In brief: Rarely
Acoustic neuromas would very infrequently cause neck pain and would only cause headache if very large.
Acoustic neuromas usually present with ringing ing in one ear and hearing loss in one ear.

In brief: Rarely
Acoustic neuromas would very infrequently cause neck pain and would only cause headache if very large.
Acoustic neuromas usually present with ringing ing in one ear and hearing loss in one ear.
Dr. Neil Giddings
Dr. Neil Giddings
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Dr. Mark Eisenberg
Neurosurgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Sometimes
Depending upon the size of an acoustic neuroma (aka vestibular schwannoma), headaches may be associated with the tumor. Hearing loss is a more common symptom but headaches often occur with larger tumors.

In brief: Sometimes
Depending upon the size of an acoustic neuroma (aka vestibular schwannoma), headaches may be associated with the tumor. Hearing loss is a more common symptom but headaches often occur with larger tumors.
Dr. Mark Eisenberg
Dr. Mark Eisenberg
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Dr. Dennis Diaz
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: No
Headache and neck pain are not common symptoms for an acoustic neuroma.
Most common symptoms of an acoustic neuroma include asymmetrical hearing loss, tinnitus sometimes unsteadiness.

In brief: No
Headache and neck pain are not common symptoms for an acoustic neuroma.
Most common symptoms of an acoustic neuroma include asymmetrical hearing loss, tinnitus sometimes unsteadiness.
Dr. Dennis Diaz
Dr. Dennis Diaz
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Dr. Jed Kwartler
However, if the tumor is large enough headaches may be a symptom
Dr. Rodney Diaz
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: No
No.

In brief: No
No.
Dr. Rodney Diaz
Dr. Rodney Diaz
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Dr. Stephen Rodrigues
Family Medicine
In brief: No
You have a myofascial trigger point issues.
Heat stretch and massage, take magnsium, b complex.

In brief: No
You have a myofascial trigger point issues.
Heat stretch and massage, take magnsium, b complex.
Dr. Stephen Rodrigues
Dr. Stephen Rodrigues
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