2. Common Symptoms
Actually, meningioma doesn’t show obvious symptoms for most of the time. Although, headaches tend to worsen as time passes, which is the most significant symptom. Some other symptoms include short-term memory loss, personality changes, difficulty speaking and understanding things, eye weakness, and nausea. These symptoms may seem similar to the symptoms of strokes.
Meningioma tumors are mostly benign, so you wouldn’t even need surgery. Since these tumors are born through the cells in the meninges, which is a lining on the spinal cord and the brain. So, you can say, that they’re not technically brain tumors because they don’t arise from the mutated brain cells. Non-cancerous or benign brain cancers can be extremely harmful too, in some rare cases. Also, if you’re a person that has had a stroke before, try to seek a doctor’s help for further assistance so you don’t get a stroke again in the future.