10. Persistent Headache
It’s hard even for the doctors to spot a difference between headaches that arise from the brain tumor and the normal headaches.
The best indicator is a headache that doesn’t go away the whole day and night and continues to persist for a sufficiently long time. Changes in the frequency of headaches can be an obvious sign of brain cancer.
The intensity of headaches continues to increase with time, and you feel surrounded with a headache most of the time right from the beginning of the day.
if a headache continues to persist even after medications and rest.
If your headache continues to persist even after rest, see your doctor. You may have an underlying condition (brain tumor) that they can diagnose. With proper treatment, you’ll be able to address your persistent headache pain and return to your normal quality of life.