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Sudden tinnitus in left ear yesterday afternoon. What are the chances that this might be a brain tumor? (worried)

Pretty low, unless you have severe headache, nausea/vomiting, or severe headache. This is most likely nerve injury from a viral infection. If it persists for more than a week or so, consult with a doctor. Avoid aspirin containing meds, because they can worsen tinnitus. Read more...

Tinitus that won't go away got my ears checked. Could I have brain tumor? No headaches

Unlikely. It is unlikely that you have a brain tumor. Tinnitus can be caused by stress and anxiety. You definitely need to let your primary care know about it and get yourself checked if you started having a new symptom. Read more...
Tinnitis. Tinnitis can be a tough disease to treat. Could be several causes. Such as trauma to the ears like if you play loud music. You need to see you me doctor forces full evaluation for there are many causes and they must be ruled out . Read more...

Can someone die from a brain tumor without knowing they had one? I'm afraid I have one because of stiff neck, and tinnitus. Doctor says it's anxiety.

Not the right stuff. Those are not the right symptoms for a brain tumor, and you will not die of a brain tumor this time. People do not normally die of a brain tumor without knowing they have one. People who never ask questions or see the doctor, they might. You have already seen a doctor, and your symptoms do not indicate a brain tumor. First time seizure or gradual loss of neurological function - look for those. Read more...
Anxiety Disorder. You are a 20 yo female with ADD, anxiety and hypochondria who is on meds for anxiety, depression and muscle pain/spasm You've already managed to get a cervical spine MRI for your symptoms which probably included brain as well. I dont see how your doctor would have missed a "brain tumor". You may need to consult with your mental health provider about adjusting meds (the aspirin can cause tinnitus). Read more...