Braintumors can damage vital neurological pathways and attack and compress brain tissues. The symptoms of brain tumors depend on tumor size,type, and location.
Brain cancer symptoms may be caused when a tumor presses on a nerve or damages a certain area of the brain. They may also be caused when the
brain swells or fluid builds up within the skull.
Symptoms usually develop over time and their characteristics depends on the location and size of the tumor.Symptoms may occur either in frontal lobe or parietal lobe.
Symptoms of Brain Tumors in the frontal lobe are:
- Headaches(whichis usually worse in the morning time)
- Changes in your mood or personality.
- Vomiting sensation
- Impaired smell senses.
- Problems with memory.
- Numbness or tingling in the arms or legs.
- Loss of vision and inflammation of the optic nerves.
- Problems on balancing or walking.
Symptoms of Brain Tumors in the parietal lobe are :
- Change in speech.
- Unable to write.
- Lack of recognition.
- Muscle jerking or twitching.
- Spatial chaos.
These symptoms are not sure signs of a brain cancer. Other conditions also could cause these problems. Anybody who has experienced any of the above symptoms must see a doctor as early as possible. Only a doctor can identify and treat the problem.