You may often get headaches that recurs in the same part? If so, you need to suspect the pain. Therefore, it is not impossible, that pain is an early symptom of brain cancer.
Brain cancer is not as popular other cancers, such as cervical cancer or breast cancer. However, like most common cancers, brain cancer is a silent killer.
Because of its nature, the brain cancer is often detected after entering an advanced stage. If the pain in the head has peaked, there is a possibility, the cancer had spread to other parts of the body (metastasis/metastatic disease). If it were so, the cancer treatment becomes more complicated and risky. Therefore, people need to do early detection of brain cancer.
Symptoms of brain cancer
Brain cancer, usually, will be accompanied by symptoms that can be seen or felt directly by the patient. For example the body convulsions, nausea and vomiting, blurred vision, and headaches. By medical experts, this condition is referred to as symptoms of increased brain pressure or intracranial. If you have been experiencing these symptoms, chances are, you are suffering from brain cancer.
Patients who experience these symptoms, must first conduct a thorough examination of the head and brain. It should be diagnosed as a whole because the brain is an important part of the body, but soft.
As an organ of the body that regulates all body activity (multitasking), the brain consists of three parts, namely the forebrain (cerebrum), cerebellum, and brain stem. The brain plays an important role in one's life.
The brain is a dangerous place if the location or site of tumor(tumour) growth. Because the brain is a soft organ,it is very risky in providing treatment.
More dangerous, because medical experts have not been able to deduce the cause of growth malignant tumors or cancer in the brain.