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persistent nausea

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 13, 2007
  • 08:52 PM

firstly ever since my mum had cancer i have been paranoid about it and go through stages of thinking i have different types of cancer
a brain tumour is the latest howeves is different as i actually have a symptom that effects me unlike other times when they were just lumps or thin excretement
basically i know you cant tell me if i have cancer or not but a few questions that would maybe be able to be answered
firstly is it possible to have brain tumour and not get headaches or have any fits or seizures?
my nausea is bareable and i only really notice it when i think about it or bored etc when im working or distracted i do not notice it, if i have a tumour will the nausea get worst over time?
i think i have vision problems but i think im being paranoid so if i had vision problems connected with a tumour would there be any specific problems and would they be easy to notice?
does problems moving include the occasional stumble and barely a stumble, again i think im being paranoid?
i have some info that may help answer some questions however im pretty sure i started getting nausea before this
but basically im working in a factory for 4 weeks i just finished my 3rd week and i work with hydraulic oil and i have been going to bed around 1 ish most nights and getting up at 7 could that cause some of these symptoms?

now i know you cant tell me if i have cancer and if the nausea persists after i finished work and been on holiday i will tell my mum anyway cause obviously something causing it

finally hopefully not connected but my glands behind my ears have been swollen for years now, im 16 and i think i first noticed when i was 13, they might not be swollen but is it normal to be able to feel them

thanks for any help

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