When is a headache a sign of a brain tumour? Everything you need to know


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As he explains, these kinds of headaches will also have an identifiable cause, such as an infection, lack of sleep or a hangover.

Furthermore, brain tumour-induced headaches tend to get worse over time and can resemble a migraine or tension headache with either a dull ache or persistent throbbing pain, said Bassi.

“Headaches that are accompanied by repeated vomiting, a change in memory or personality, any new muscle weakness or speech and vision problems may be a sign of something more serious so should also be checked out straight away by a doctor,” he warned.

People suffering from a brain tumour may also begin to experience seizures, either a full seizure or a twitching of the leg, arms, or hand, added Bassi.


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