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BRAIN CANCER

BRAIN CANCER

BRAIN CANCER
BRAIN CANCER

Brain cancer is a type of brain tumor that leads to dangerous conditions. However, the symptoms of brain cancer are not much different from other common diseases. Like headaches and dizziness.

The appearance of cancer symptoms in a person’s brain is usually caused by a tumor that continues to grow and fill the space in the human head. Meanwhile, the skull that protects the human brain, its capacity is filled with cancer cells. The contents are getting bigger. Over time, the tumor will put more pressure on the brain. The buildup of pressure inside the head is referred to as intracranial pressure. Intracranial pressure can cause the following symptoms:

  1. Headache
  2. Nausea
  3. Throw up
  4. Blurred vision
  5. Balance disorders
  6. Changes in nature and behavior
  7. Seizures
  8. Feelings of continuing to be sleepy

Symptoms of cancer of the front of the brain

Some of the symptoms that can occur if the tumor grows in this section:

  1. Changes in personality
  2. Changes in behavior
  3. It is difficult to plan
  4. Easily angry / selfish
  5. Disorders of the face
  6. Difficulty walking
  7. Loss of smell
  8. Impaired vision and speech articulation

Brain cancer at the base of the brain

Symptoms that can occur if a tumor grows in the temporal lobe include:

  1. Often forget the words you want to say
  2. Difficulty finding the right words when speaking
  3. Temporary memory loss
  4. Feel hearing voices in the head
    BRAIN CANCER
    BRAIN CANCER

Symptoms of Cancer in the middle of the brain (parietal lobe)

Symptoms that can occur if a tumor grows in the parietal lobe include:

  1. difficulty understanding what other people say
  2. Difficulty reading or writing
  3. Numbness in some parts of the body

Symptoms of brain cancer in the back of the head / brain (occipital lobe)

 Symptoms that occur when cancer grows in the occipital lobe include visual disturbances or blindness in one eye. READ MORE !!!

Brain cancer of the lower part of the brain (cerebellum)

Tumors that grow in the cerebellum include:

  1. Impaired body coordination
  2. Inability to control eye movements / reflexes
  3. Neck feels stiff
  4. Coconut is often dizzy

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