I have lost most of my hearing in my left ear and vision in left eye, is it a brain tumor?

I believe I have a possible head tumor. About a year ago I was experiencing buzzing in both of my ears that would only last a seconds. It would happen just a couple times a month. Then the buzzing became longer periods & was happening more often. Then it eventually became a constant buzzing in only my left ear. I have lost most of my hearing in my left ear. This hearing loss has happened within the last 4 months. I also have had my vision in my left eye intercepted by by whatever is causing the buzzing in my left ear. With thin the same 4 months, I can not see very well in the Left eye. It’s very blurry. Even if I put something close to my face, I still can not see things clearly. The buzzing is constantly going on from the time I wake up to the time I go to bed.

Medications: None

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Ahmed Fawzy
6:48 am

My opinion this is not brain tumor, this is too much Ibuprofen , do u take Ibuprofen on regular basis ?

Ayman Darrag
6:21 pm

This is not necessarily a brain tumor, it could be tinnitus secondary hearing loss and it is most probably not tumor as the buzzing started in both ears in the beginning while brain tumor can not affect both sides at once, it could be acoustic neuroma or other circulation disorder

Dr.Honey Arora
2:08 am

You should once get your blood pressure checked.
Chances of brain tumor are less as the symptoms are bilateral but as now the symptoms are confined to one side you can once get an MRI SCAN done to confirm the diagnosis..
Also an ear and eye exam should be done..


Dr. S
Dr. S
6:36 am

Very possible that it is an AN (acoustic neuroma) otherwise known as Vestibular Schwannoma a benign brain tumor go for a MRI