Foreigner singer Lou Gramm on having tumour ‘size of egg’ that was in body ‘since birth'

However, the symptoms can vary depending on many factors, including your age group.

Dr David Jenkinson, Chief Scientific Officer at The Brain Tumour Charity, explains: “The warning signs vary by age group, as well as due to the type of tumour and where in the brain it is located.”

Brain tumours are quite rare and many of the symptoms of brain tumours are similar to other conditions’ symptoms.

Despite its rarity, Dr Jenkinson, recommends people visit their doctor if they develop symptoms so they can “rule a brain tumour out”.


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