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Does anything say 'brain tumor' to you?
Are you concerned with these symptoms, or would you guess that they're probably just anomalous.
Can anxiety/stress cause my visual symptoms? I've had health anxiety for several years now.
How soon should I get an appointment?
With blue cross/blue shield, what are the estimated costs of an exam?
Finally, are all brain tumors lethal?
I hear that if you get a brain tumor of any kind, you're pretty much dead.
If not, how common are the nearly incurable ones?
Also, my friend has a pituitary tumor that was giving her migraines. I'm concerned for her. What kinds of pituitary tumors are especially difficult to treat?
Finally (and I'll be rating you excellent after this) have there been any reported increases in the number of brain tumors reported on the west coast of the united states after the Fukashima incident (NPP melt down)
She says it's 'prolactianoma'. She's on hormones right now. I think.
Final bit of info.
The visual anomalies happen far more often in the morning.
No. I'm never woken up early by any symptoms, no night sweats. Once in a blue moon I'll wake up having a panic attack, but that will maybe happen once a month and only after a nap. Also, when that happens my brain doesn't 'work right' for maybe 30 minutes afterwards, even though I'm aware of my brain not working right.
I do have very obvious signs of anxiety yes. Had a severe panic attack every day during the summer time, but I've gotten control over them.
Additionally, I can't drink any caffeine without getting severe anxiety. A cup of coffee would destroy me.
I've asked several other questions on JustAnswer regarding other things, might be worth it to check those out to get a good recent history.