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8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Brain Tumor

Reader's Digest Logo By Jenn Sinrich of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 9: The good news is that brain cancer affects less than 1 percent of the world’s population; the bad news is that brain tumors are often accompanied by very few symptoms, and these symptoms disguise themselves as everyday ailments such as headaches and exhaustion. (Did you know you can prevent brain cancer by doing this one thing?). Read on for eight silent, but serious, symptoms of a brain tumor, and how you should know whether or not to see a doctor.

Brain cancer: A scary diagnosis

The symptoms of brain cancer look an awful lot like other everyday ailments, from headaches to depression. Here's when to consider see your doctor for a workup.

The good news is that brain cancer affects less than 1 percent of the world’s population; the bad news is that brain tumors are often accompanied by very few symptoms, and these symptoms disguise themselves as everyday ailments such as headaches and exhaustion. (Did you know you can prevent brain cancer by doing this one thing?). Read on for eight silent, but serious, symptoms of a brain tumor, and how you should know whether or not to see a doctor.

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