Symptoms of brain cancer is often considered as a normal headache. Often, patients realize it when the severity of the cancer has reached its final stage. The severity is already very high that it is very difficult to cure. Before it’s too late, here are some of the symptoms of brain cancer that you should know, as reported by the Mayo Clinic.
Symptoms of brain tumors vary widely and depend on the size of the brain tumor, the location and rate of growth. Common symptoms caused by brain tumors include:
1. Changes in the pattern of headaches
2. Headaches that gradually become more frequent and more severe
3. Nausea or vomiting for no apparent reason
4. Vision problems, such as blurred vision, double vision or loss of peripheral vision
5. Loss of sensation or movement in an arm or leg that is gradually
6. Difficulties in balancing
7. Difficulty in speaking
8. Changes in personality or behavior
9. Seizures, especially in someone who do not have a history of seizures
10. hearing problems
Make an appointment with your doctor immediately if you experience symptoms such as above. Early treatment can increase the hope of recovery.