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Glioblastoma symptoms

A glioblastoma is a type of brain tumor, and the symptoms it presents are varied and numerous. Potential glioblastoma symptoms may include, but are not limited to, the following: persistent headaches, nausea and/or vomiting, wide and/or rapid mood swings, emotional instability, memory loss, seizures, lowered levels of alertness, changes in vision, hearing loss, fatigue, weakness in one part of the body, reduced sensitivity to touch, difficulties in speech and/or swallowing, decreased levels of coordination, fever, uncontrollable or uncoordinated movement, partial paralysis of the face, changes in the eyes (e.g., drooping eyelids, pupils of different sizes, uncontrollable eye movements), confusion/disorientation and more. Only a medical professional can determine whether or not symptoms are a result of glioblastoma, or a different condition.

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