Are brain tumors causes of headaches?

Yes sometimes. Brain tumors can cause headaches sometimes but they are not the commonest cause of headaches. The probability of them being the cause of a headaches in an otherwise normal person is low.
They can be. The most common presentation of brain tumors is headaches. However, most headaches are not caused by brain tumors.

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Do headaches caused by brain tumors always hurt? (never stop being in pain)

Not necessarily. Some brain tumors cause no symptoms until they get very large, while others cause symptoms when they're small. It's all about location. Constant headaches have many causes, and most of them are not brain tumors! there are headache specialists who may be able to help you. Ask your doctor for a referral! Read more...

Are headaches caused by leaning forward, laying down and worse with excersice always happens with brain tumors? Are these symptoms with other things?

Not necessarily. . Tumors are just one of the many many things that can cause headaches and thankfully are one of the rarer ones. If you are concerned, speak to your physician. . Read more...

Can using wireless laptops cause headaches, brain tumors or other problems?

No data. There are controversial studies suggesting that use of cell phones can cause brain tumors. This is not conclusive. There are other studies suggesting that living close to power lines can increase the risk of brain tumors. This too is controversial. There are no data to suggest that wifi laptops cause headaches and tumors. Pain can occur from the strain to the neck and eyes with prolonged use. Read more...

Would a headache caused by a brain tumor feel like it's on the surface of the head? Top left of the head, mostly when bending over, but not everytime

Parietal or temporal. Headache can be related to a TMJ dysfunction and sometimes the origin maybe coming from the occipital muscle. If a person is in a lot of stress, contraction of the muscle in a deranged side of the jaw can trigger a headache. See your M.D. Who can refer you to a neurologist and if your blood test, exams, and other diagnostic procedures came out (-), see a TMJ doctor. Read more...
Please don't worry. Thankfully your history does not suggest a brain tumor. The human brain has no pain sensitive structures and thus brain tumors present more commonly with other neurologic symptoms or seizures. You should have a neurologic evaluation to set your mind at ease. Good luck and get well soon. Read more...

Been having headaches, been getting much worse sleep than usual. Anxious & stressed. Can this be the cause? Or something sinister like gbm brain tumor?

Do you fear you have. A zebra? It sounds like a horse to me. Anxiety & stress can lead to headaches, musculoskeletal aches, & problems with sleep. Have you considered deep breathing exercises or progressive muscle relaxation to calm yourself? How about acupuncture, yoga or meditation? Make sure that you use excellent sleep hygiene. Retire & rise same time each day. Keep bedroom dark & cool & use only for sex & sleep. Read more...
Unlikely. A gbm tumour is pretty unlikely. They usually don't present as headache. I would look elsewhere for the cause. Viral illness? Stress? Read more...

Could not Sleeping for 5 days, (Sleep Deprivation) Cause Brain Tumor? I been getting HeadAches Lately

Please don't jump to. the conclusion that you have a brain tumor. However, if you have literally not slept in five days that is serious. Please seek prompt medical evaluation to determine cause. Read more...
Not really. no brain tumor with sleep deprivation. Headache may be the result of head deprivation not due to brain tumor. Read more...
No. Brain tumors can form at any age, but are not associated with sleep deprivation. See your physician for an examination of your eyes and nerves to address both your worry of brain tumor and to understand your headaches. A referral to a Neurologist may be recommended at that time. 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...
Yes possible. In initial stages , depending on location. , speak to your doctor. Read more...