Symptoms of a brain tumour

Here we outline common symptoms of a brain tumour; headaches, seizures, feeling or being sick, eye problems, and personality or behaviour changes.

Remember, it is important to see your GP if you have any of these symptoms or other changes that are unusual for you or that will not go away.

Your symptoms are unlikely to be cancer, but it is important to get them checked as soon as possible.

You can download a copy of our symptoms of a brain tumour guide by CLICKING HERE.

Watch our video on the symptoms of a brain tumour

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