Headache is the most common early symptom of a brain tumor, states WebMD. Ringing in the ears and dizziness may also occur, according to Cedars-Sinai Hospital. Loss of hearing and vertigo may also present during the init... More »

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Symptoms of a brain tumor include unexplained nausea or vomiting, changes in behavior or personality, headaches that gradually increase in frequency and severity, and new onset or change in pattern of headaches, accordin... More »

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The early warning signs of a brain tumor can vary depending on the specific location of the mass and its growth rate, but potential signs can include visual disturbances, nausea and balance problems, explains Mayo Clinic... More »

A meningioma is a brain tumor originating in the membranous layers around the brain that, depending on its location, may cause headaches, vision problems, vomiting, seizures, or changes in behavior or personality, accord... More »

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Symptoms of a brain tumor include unexplained nausea or vomiting, changes in behavior or personality, headaches that gradually increase in frequency and severity, and new onset or change in pattern of headaches, accordin... More »

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It is difficult to predict how long it will take for an individual with a brain tumor to display symptoms, according to WebMD. Not all brain tumors are associated with symptoms, and some tumors are not even detected unti... More »

Brain tumors tend to locate themselves within certain lobes that expand across both sides of the brain and are not classified by the side of the brain they occur on, states Mayfield Clinic; a glioblastoma multiforme is t... More »

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