Brain cancer may present with any one or more of the following symptoms. Sometimes there may be no symptoms, and sometimes other disease conditions may cause similar symptoms. Therefore, further investigations may be required to confirm the diagnosis of brain tumor.
Brain Cancer Symptoms:
- Headache that gets worse over time
- Problem in balance and coordination
- Problem with vision, speech, swallowing, or hearing
- Weakness in arms/legs
- Drowsiness, Confusion, mood or behavioral change
- Problem with bowel or bladder
Symptoms usually depend upon the region of the brain involved by the tumor as different parts of brain control different body functions.
In the next sections, you will read about the investigations required to diagnose the disease.
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