Variable. Any cancer in the brain could present with any number of symptoms including but not limited to headache, dizziness, vision problems, trouble concentrating, weakness, nausea/vomiting, and motor problems. Most importantly, it can also have no symptoms. The best exam to check for this is MRI with and w/o contrast.
Like stroke but slo. Brain cancers are brain tumors in which the cells are very abnormal and grow faster and more aggressively compared to non cancer brain tumors. Exact symptoms depend of the size of tumor to where located. This ranges from stroke like symptoms to headache and confusion or seizures. Treatment include surgery, chemo and radiation therapy but prognosis overall is poor.
Headache, nausea. New or changed headache, worsening headaches, vision changes/blurriness, nausea/vomiting, and sometimes balance problems are the most common symptoms. See a primary care provider as soon as possible if you have any of these symptoms. Imaging of the head with ct and/or MRI may be helpful. Read more...