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Can déjà vu be caused by anxiety? So worried I have a brain tumor! Had déjà vu 3 times today! Also have health anxiety, dizzy, mild headaches.

Brain tumor. Déjà vu is not associated with brain tumors. See your medical doctor to manage the anxiety and thyroid disease. This should help reduce or eliminate the déjà vu symptoms. Read more...

I have frequent mild headaches usually 2 a week. I have stress and anxiety. Could it be a brain tumor? I have a very healthy lifestyle.

Very low chance. A brain tumor is extremely unlikely. Mild headaches are almost certainly not a sign of that. Symptoms would depend on the size and location of any tumor. Please find a psychotherapist experienced in illness anxiety and work together to find your path to a health conscious rather than illness conscious life style. It will take patience and trust, but you can do it. Best! Read more...
Headache and stress. Yourheadache is most likely tension headache worsened or precipitated by stress. Brain tumor raely causes headache. Read more...

I have mild headaches, could it be a brain tumor, or is it just stress? How can you tell?

Headaches usually OK. The vast majority of headaches are not due to brain tumors. In the very rare cases that a headache is being caused by a tumor, there are no reliable ways to tell tale outside of a good history, physical examination and imaging tests, which should be done by your physician. If your headahces wake you up in the middle of the night, they may require more urgent assessment. Read more...
Medical evaluation. Headaches necessitate a medical evalutation. They usually are combination of medical and stress related issues. Family mds, internal mds, neurologists or psychiatrists can take a detailed history, evaluate medicines you take, perform a physical and neurological exam, order appropriate tests, and make a diagnosis. . They will refer you to a md or non-md depending on their findings. Read more...
MRI or CT. If the doctor believes the symptoms warrant further investigation a ct or MRI of the brain should be obtained. Keep in mind that most headaches are benign and not caused by serious illness like brain tumor. Read more...
Not a tumor. Usually headaches related to tumors will produced progressively worse pain that will eventually awaken you at night. It will also be triggered by exertional activity. If the headaches persist consult your md for a work up. It couuld be attributed to anything from eye strain, neck problems to tooth clenching or many other things. Read more...
History and exam. Need to have a thorough history and exam. Just by thinking it might be a tumor must be stressing you out. Get to a dr. So you can hopefully get to the bottom of what is going on. Read more...

Could I have brain tumor I have mild headaches for 5 days all over head pressure on eyes tho7gh gained 4 kg weight in 1and half month also less alert?

Doesn't sound like. a brain tumor, but something is happening in your body that could cause all of these symptoms and could get worse. You really do need to see a doctor and be examined. Ask to have your hormones checked. If you want to discuss further, you can get a Concierge consult here. Hope you find an answer. Good luck! Read more...

Possible reasons I have short term memory loss, confusion, mild headaches, and some trouble reading (not vision)? Vit Deficiency? Brain Tumor? MS?

Needs Evaluation! There are many causes for your symptoms. This needs a comprehensive evaluation. HealthTap Consult or your own Physician may well assist you. Wish you well! Read more...

I've been having a headache in the right side of my head now for days this moring I woke up and about.30 minutes after wakin I got a headache brain tumor?

Unlikely. Headaches are common and are often caused by stress or tension. It could also be migraine which is also quite common. Brain tumors do cause headaches but are relatively rare. You should have your doctor examine you and test you for the likely cause and treat it appropriately. A specialist/ neurologist may be consulted if your pcp is unable to control it well and to your satisfaction. Read more...