March is brain tumour awareness month. A brain tumour is a growth of cells that grows in the brain, in an abnormal and uncontrollable way.
Symptoms of a brain tumour could include:
- Persistently feeling sick or vomiting
- Mental changes such as memory loss
- Vision or speech issues.
You should contact your GP, if you experience these types of symptoms. Particularly, if you have experienced a headache that is different to ones you usually get.