8 Warning Signs of Brain Tumour You Should Know

Don't ignore even a small symptom.

8 Warning Signs of Brain Tumour You Should Know
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Head hurts? Pop a crocin

Hairfall? Change the shampoo

But what if these were signs of something that your body is suffering from? Maybe it is your body's cry for help?

Well, I am not saying that we should run to a doctor everytime your head hurts, but we can keep a tab on some symptoms that our body might just be sending out as signs? 

Persistent headaches  

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If you have a persistent headache that doesn't seem to go away, it is better you approach a doctor.   

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Slurred speech

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Brain has two speech centres on left side, that helps us speak and decipher speech. When this part of the brain is affected by tumour, the person starts stuttering and finds it difficult to name objects. 

Loss of Vision

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Known as bitemporal hemianopsia, this symptom is not very easy to notice. Rather a person hardly pays attention to it till he or she starts bumping into things on one side.

Weakness and lethargy

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The motor cortex in the brain controls the muscle movement. If you have a brain tumour, your left or right leg or arm may not respond the way you're used to-or at all.     

Nausea and vomiting

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If nausea or feeling sick in the stomach persist for long, then it might be a sign of a tumour.

Mood swings

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A person suffering from a brain tumour may experience anxiety, anger or depression.  They become angrier and get agitated at simple things.

Infertility

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Tumors affecting the pituitary gland secrete high amounts of hormones or prevent the normal gland from working. This is why many women suffering from a brain tumour are unable to conceive.

Loss of balance

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Many patients suffering from a brain tumour may find it difficult to walk, especially in the dark, and tend to lean on one side. This can be caused due to tumours in parts of the brain responsible for maintaining the balance of your body.   

Do you suffer from any of these symptoms?