1. Constant headache

Suffering from headaches continuously from a long period of time at the same place of the brain could be the sign of a brain tumour.

  1. Slight loss of eyesight

Loss of eyesight and blurred vision is likely to occur is a tumour is located in the part of the brain which controls the vision.

  1. Slurred speech

Difficulty in speaking or speaking out words in a slurred voice is a sign of a possible brain tumour.

  1. Mood swings

Due to a tumour, a person might face frequent mood swings and anxiety.

  1. Slight loss of hearing

If a tumour has developed in the region of the brain which controls the hearing then the person can suffer from loss of hearing.

  1. Infertility

Infertility in both men and women is associated at times with a brain tumour.

  1. Loss of balance

The occurrence of loss of balance is a possible sign of a brain tumour.

  1. Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting may occur for various reasons. If the vomiting persists then one should have a health check-up to find out the reason which could very well be a tumour in the brain.

  1. Loss of sensation

Loss of sensation or numbness in various parts of the body needs immediate medical attention in the body as it could be due to a brain tumour.

  1. Seizures

A person suffering from a brain tumour might suffer from sudden seizures and fits.


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