Loss of appetite frontal lobe headaches and nausea.

I do not. think you can determine if headaches are "frontal lobe" in nature. If you mean headaches in the front of your head the most common cause is sinusitis! The loss of appetite/nausea are probably UNRELATED! In any case at age 25 these are most likely NOT serious complaints...seek the advice of your PCP (primary Care Provider) and BTW get your eyes checked as well! Dr Z.

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32 y/o fem. Had negative MRI last yr w/2 mm frontal lobe lesion. Now having dull, VERY brief headaches, nausea, &dizziness. Should I have follow up MRI?

See a neurologist. A frontal lobe lesion isn't part of a "negative MRI." Keep a log of your headaches (timing, frequency, severity, duration, associated symptoms) and take it to a neurologist, along with a CD of the previous brain MRI. After a neurological exam & reviewing your history, he/she will determine whether you need a follow-up MRI. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003791.htm. Read more...
I would say no. A 2mm frontal lesion is probably incidental. I would not expect it to cause brief headaches and dizziness. If you have a follow up MRI, it would be to see if there was any change to this incidental lesion. That is not likely. Read more...

19 m, scared I might have brain tumor. Have headaches which I never get on left temple that occasionally spreads, occasional weakness on left side of body & loss of appetite, nausea. Under ton of stress.

Seek help. Please consult your primary care doctor for a complete work up and take things from there. Good luck! Read more...
See a physician. There are many possible causes of what you report. See a physician who is interested in headaches and related phenomena, who will take a careful history and a full physical exam as theri first steps. Your worries are probably contributing to your symptoms, so getting an accurate assessment and moving to a diagnosis are important for you an dwill likley reduce your stress level.. Read more...