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On the top part of my head (halfdollar size) I get a horrible/painful pressure that makes my right eye twitch uncontrollably. Could it be a brain tumor?

Unlikely! The typical pain associated wih brain tumors is generalized, worse in the morning and with all maneuvers that increasing pressure in the brain such as bearing down, coughing or sneezing. However, most tumors do not follow this typical description. Your pain is non-specific and should be checked out to make sure it is not something serious.. Read more...

Frequent headaches for a 2 years and new onset eye twitching. Could it be caused by a brain tumour?

Unlikely. Brain tumors can and often cause headaches but 2 years is too long to blame a brain tumor for. Eye twitching has nothing to do with a brain tumor as it is normal for muscles to twitch off and on if they are tired or over worked. If you have progression of these symptoms, then you should get a medical examination done from your doctor. Read more...

I've been having eye twitching and twitching above my lip for a few weeks now... Both on the right side. Nervous it could be a brain tumor.

Nothing to do with B. Muscles often twitch when people are tired, anxious and often for no clear reason. But they have no relationship with having a brain tumor. So you can relax. Brain tumors are generally silent till they get to a size which causes pressure symptoms like headaches, nausea and occasionally a seizure. Unless you had such symptoms you should not be thinking about Brain tumor. Read more...

Would a brain tumor cause tingling in my head?

Most likely not. Brain tumor can present in a number of ways. You are at an unlikely age for brain tumor. Consider seeing your primary care provider or neurologist to evaluate tingling. Read more...

I have had two head/brain CT scans, can that cause brain tumor?

highly unlikely. It is highly unlikely that the amount of radiation that you were exposed to during 2 ct scans will have any harmful effect at all. http://www.news-medical.net/news/20130531/mayo-clinic-experts-provide-some-insight-about-radiation-dose-from-ct-imaging.aspx. Read more...
Not likely. While in theory any radiation might cause a tumor, the amount of radiation in a diagnostic ct scan is highly unlikely to lead to a brain tumor. Read more...