Causes Headaches Almost All Parts And Shadowed Vision?
Best wishes, I am a 20 year old girl. lately I have headaches in almost all parts of the head. besides that, I also experienced stuttering / slow speech since the last 1-2 months. my vision also sometimes feels blurry and shadowy. r Are these symptoms a symptom of a brain tumor? I think headaches are the effect of stress or often staying up late. r nthank you in advance. God bless.
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Headaches, stuttering, and blurred vision can occur for many reasons. Not always, your complaint is due to a brain tumor. Here are some brief explanations for the complaints you experience:
Headaches: Headaches can arise due to causes originating from within the head itself (primary headaches) or also due to abnormalities in other organ systems (primary headaches), for example due to head injuries, hypertension, sinusitis, viral or bacterial infections, glaucoma, illness teeth, brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, stroke, psychological stress, and so on. Knowing the cause of this pain can be done simply with a regular physical examination, or it can also require comprehensive supporting examinations, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI, laboratory, and so on. Stutter
Stuttering, often occurs due to genetic factors (heredity). However, if you experience this stuttering after adulthood, then it is likely that this condition occurs due to other causes, such as speech impairment, mental disorders (for example due to anxiety, fear, panic, depression), or other organic disorders. Stuttering can be very subjective. Therefore, it is necessary to confirm with a direct doctor's examination to distinguish which stuttering is still reasonable and which ones require special treatment. Blurry vision
Visual disturbances, which are blurry and shaded, can occur due to abnormalities in the eye, or also in other organ systems. Some of the eye conditions that can trigger this complaint are myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism, asthenopia, cataracts, keratitis, and so on. It could also be, blurred vision occurs when you have anemia, hypoglycemia, hypotension, heart problems, migraines, vertigo, psychological stress, and so on. An evaluation by a doctor or an ophthalmologist is needed in person to differentiate between these possibilities. Brain tumors, some are benign, some are malignant. Depending on the type and location of the tumor, this condition can cause different clinical appearances. It is possible that your complaints occur due to a brain tumor. However, it is also possible that your complaint will arise due to other causes as mentioned above.
Therefore, the best step you can take right now is to check with your doctor directly so that you can find out what kind of treatment is right for dealing with your complaint. If it is true that the doctor suspects you have a brain tumor, then he or she will likely refer you to a neurologist or neurosurgeon for further treatment.
Initial suggestions that you should do at this time are:
Take pain relievers, such as paracetamol, to get better headaches. No stress, anxiety, panic, or excessive fear. A lot of talking practice Expand your associations If you have problems, learn to share with other people who can help you find solutions to your problems. Eat regularly Drink enough. Exercise regularly. Live a healthy lifestyle. Hopefully this helps ..