Headache 'Stay' Causes Brain Cancer

Persistent headaches, prolonged and chronic may be early symptoms of brain cancer. If you feel it, watch out for symptoms and see a doctor immediately an expert.

Brain cancer did not 'sebeken' other cancers, such as cervical cancer or breast cancer. However, like most cancers in general, brain cancer is a disease is silent (silent killer) is dangerous.

Because of its nature, the brain cancer is often detected only after entering an advanced stage. If the pain in the head has peaked, there is a possibility, the cancer has spread to other parts of the body (metastasis). If it were so, cancer treatment becomes more complicated and risky.

"Therefore, people need to do early detection of brain cancer,"advises Fielda Djuita, radiology specialist Hospital Mochtar Riady Comprehensive Cancer Centre Siloam Hospitals Semanggi, Jakarta.

Like most cancers, early diagnosis and treatment is key to recovery. Treatment of late husband's dance of cancer cells will spread and get into all the tissues of the brain and can eventually cause death.

Symptoms and risk factors

Brain cancer has no symptoms. Signs of brain cancer depend on the location of the cancer attack. Seizures, loss of balance, blurred vision, difficulty speaking, dizziness, loss of eyesight and hearing could be signs of symptoms of brain cancer.

Although not all the signs and symptoms typical of brain cancer, but you should be wary if often experience one or several disorders such as mentioned above.

Meanwhile, There are several factors that cause brain cancer risk. When the family history there has ever affected by this disease, then you have a risk.

In addition, continuous exposure of certain chemicals may increase cancer risk. A smoker is also exposed to higher risk of this disease than nonsmokers. Another risk factor is race. Brain cancer is more common in the white race. (Inilah.com)