Learn About Brain Tumor Symptoms
Learn about common symptoms people with brain and spine tumors experience.
Based on the location of tumor there will be various types of symptoms such as:
Body pain, cognitive symptoms, fatigue, seizures, weakness, mood disturbance, headache, sleep disturbance, constipation or diarrhea, walking problems, nausea and vomiting.
Cognition is the mental process of learning, understanding, and communicating.
Cognitive symptoms are common and can be caused by a brain or spine tumor, side effects of medications, treatment, other health conditions or sleep issues. If you have difficulty seeing, it may influence your ability to read and write. Cognitive symptoms can make you feel exhausted, overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, depressed or sad.
- Problems remembering
- Difficulty speaking
- Difficulty understanding
- Problems concentrating