Similar to men, women may also develop brain cancer tumour at any age. The symptom of brain cancer depends on the exact location of tumour and its type. Brain cancer is a potentially fatal disorder wherein malignant tumour grows in the brain. The brain cancer may either be primary (which originates in the brain) or secondary (the one that spreads to other parts of the body).
Headaches are common when malignant tumour is developing in brain. The headache gets worse upon waking up from sleep. Despite treatment for a history of seizure disorder, women may also have recurrent seizures.
A woman with brain cancer may find it difficult to concentrate on daily tasks and communicate with others. Moreover, such women may get distracted and can’t think through a problem.