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    could i have a tumor?
    An_260538 posted:
    I am a teenage girl and I have had symptoms that could possibly indicate that I have a brain tumor. I have had long to short headaches, dizziness, nausea, distance feelings, earaches, and muscle pains. I had started off with headaches and they grew worse and worse til they became intolerable and now all these others symptoms have popped up out of the blue. and I am also a cheerleader. so when I am at games and I cheer I will be screaming really loudly and immediately after I stop this seven seconds of pain throbs against my skull til it stops, at first I thought it was something stupid like the oxygen was going to my brain since I did cheers without breathing but now im not sure. and after a while of doing cheers it felt like I was in my own world and the world felt glassy. I know one symptom of brain tumors is seizures and I haven't had those, but I think that I might be on the verge of having them. what should I do,?

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