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Brain tumour symptoms in adults

Almost 11,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with a brain tumour each year. Brain tumour symptoms can include headaches, changes to vision and nausea, so while brain tumours are relatively rare, it's still important to recognise the signs.

Headaches

Headaches are one of the most common symptoms of a brain tumour.

Learn about headaches

Changes in vision

Changes to vision can include blurred or double vision, abnormal eye movements and more.

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Seizures

Seizures, sometimes referred to as 'fits', are one of the common symptoms of a brain tumour.

Find out about seizures

Nausea & dizziness

Nausea, as with headaches, may be worse in the morning or if you suddenly change position.

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Tiredness

Tiredness is usually a later brain tumour symptom as the tumour grows and the pressure increases.

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