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    Sound in back of head-symptom of brain cancer?
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    concernedabouthealth12 posted:
    I feel a weird buzzing/winding sound in the back of my head sometimes for a few seconds. It comes and goes. It is strongest when I lie down. I also feel like worrying and twisting my neck is causing some of it but can't know for sure. Could it be brain cancer?
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    An_247333 responded:
    I also get a vibrating feeling in my head for like 10 seconds or so if I don't move or hold that spot when it happens.
     
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    An_247333 replied to An_247333's response:
    Got it in my eye once or twice too.


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