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What are other symptoms of brain tumors in adults?

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Other symptoms include:

It's important to keep in mind that these symptoms can be caused by a number of different conditions. Don't assume you have a brain tumor just because you experience some of them. Check with your doctor.

  • Seizures
  • Changes in speech or hearing
  • Changes in vision
  • Balance problems
  • Problems with walking
  • Numbness or tingling in the arms or legs
  • Problems with memory
  • Personality changes
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Weakness in one part of the body

From: Brain Tumors in Adults WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

MedlinePlus Encyclopedia: "Brain tumor - primary - adults."

National Cancer Institute: "National Cancer Institute Brain Tumor Study in Adults: Fact Sheet."

National Cancer Institute: "What You Need to Know About Brain Tumors."

National Cancer Institute: "General Information About Brain Tumors."

American Brain Tumor Association: "Symptoms."

National Cancer Institute: "Adult Brain Tumors Treatment."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on May 08, 2019

SOURCES:

MedlinePlus Encyclopedia: "Brain tumor - primary - adults."

National Cancer Institute: "National Cancer Institute Brain Tumor Study in Adults: Fact Sheet."

National Cancer Institute: "What You Need to Know About Brain Tumors."

National Cancer Institute: "General Information About Brain Tumors."

American Brain Tumor Association: "Symptoms."

National Cancer Institute: "Adult Brain Tumors Treatment."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on May 08, 2019

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