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- Question: I have been getting numerous symptoms, frequent headaches, dizziness, double vision and, on 2-3 occasions, odd smells and voices. This has been worse in the last 6 months. One episode of temporary partial loss of vision in one eye for around 5 seconds - also last year. I did have a brain scan last year but what I would like to be advised about is what are the chances that a tumor, for example, in the brain, has been missed?
Many conditions can cause your symptoms including tumors, problems with the
myelin sheath of nerves, infections, etc. You should be seeing an internist
or neurologist for these.