What are the signs of brain tumor and brain aneurysm
A:A brain aneurysm and brain tumor often have similar symptoms such as headache, vomiting, and change in vision. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-the-signs-of-brain-tumor-and-brain-aneurysm ]
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- What are the signs of brain tumor and brain aneurysm
- A brain aneurysm and brain tumor often have similar symptoms such as headache, vomiting, and change in vision. ChaCha!
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- Does anyone else have these symptoms with migraines?
- Q: I've been dealing with what I believe to be a migraine for the past few weeks.Never had one before and the pain and symptoms that went along with it were so intense I thought I was having a brain aneurysm/tumor.Luckily nothing showed up on the test results...I'm going to a neurologist in a few days for further testing.I was just wondering if these are signs of a migraine or possibly something else...........non-stop pulsating/throbbing in head, constant head pain(sometimes stays in one spot but can spread throughout head), EXTREME endless vertigo/spacey feeling(like walking through a fog),lethargy, visual distortions/double vision, sensitivity to light and a little to sound,short-term memory loss(which has been scaring the hell out of me), speech disturbance/slurring,loss of appetite, and just an overall high level of discomfort throughout each day which is inhibiting me to work or drive. Can anyone else relate to these symptoms? Has anything helped you gain relief in any way?
- A: When i get migraines i know they are comming b/c i go completely blind in my right eye, its scary and when it comes back i see little fuzzies, and cirlces and just werid thing like when you close your eyes and press on them hard....I also Throw up the entire time i have the headache...Its horrible, Unfortunately i can relate to all your symptoms, Im glad your getting everything tested to make sure its not anything serious.
- Incredible Headache!....?
- Q: In the back of my head, on the left, just above and around my neck; I get quite intense headaches. I don't really take pain killers so I sometimes deal with it. But sometimes they are too bad and the pain shoots right behind my left eye and I feel like pulling it out. Now I went to my GP and she admitted me for a CAT-scan and she ran me (my dad took a message) and apparently there is no sign of anything. Now I am sure it isn't a tumour and obviously according to the scans, it isn't. Aneurysm? I doubt because I have had it for about 2 years everyday on and off so if it were, it would probably have ruptured or something by now. But it does restrict the 'speed' at which I move my head. Any kind of rapid movement in my head causes pain. I am worried that I have a mole right near the pain, but that could be coincidence since the pain isn't external, like on my skin or on the flesh on my head, but actually in my muscle or, God forbid, my brain. 'Clicking' my neck sometimes helps relieve the pain for a few moments however this could be because I have convinced myself of that. So any advice on what this is? I really am sick of the sight of doctors and prescription medication (for more than one thing) and I'm only 16! I should be immaculately healthy right now! Right?NOTE: Some member of my family suffer from migraines.
- A: It sounds like either migrains or cluster headaches. These involve the veins and arteries contracting. There are preventative medicines that will help this after taking it for 3-6 weeks. The medicines they prescribe to keep the arteries open are the same as blood pressure medicine. "Beta Blockers" or even better "Calcium Channel Blockers" will help in the long run. For instant relief "Midrin" works on the arteries to take care of headaches and its not a pain killer. Talk about these options with the doctor. I had to see dozens of them to finally learn this, so the doctors aren't always that resourceful. Of course there is not telling what will or won't work for you.
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