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I Have a Pulsating Brain

I am 20 years old  and
I am having a breast tumor that is fixed and oval shaped that I discovered 1.5 years ago but still untreated I did not go to any doctor and from the previous 2 months my brain is fully disturbed sometimes there is dizziness of no cause and slurred speech weak memory and now my brain is pulsating full day and and I feel the pulsation fatigue  and also I feel something that is flowing in my brain once I found a blood  tumor in forehead that disappeared on morning  in addition to this my heart beat is unusual and abnormally very fast especially at night and there are some brown dots on my center of the chest  near heart and the feelings that may my eyes be off for good  etc.Please help me what is this?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
Hi there - so, you say you have had a tumor on your breast for 1.5 years.  That is concerning, and I think the best thing for you to do would be to see a doctor for examination and possibly biopsy of the lump in your breast.  If it is breast cancer, and it is not treated, it has the potential to metastasize (spread) to your brain and cause serious problems.  

However, you might find that the lump is benign, in which case the symptoms you are experiencing are a totally separate issue.  You might have vertigo, or have experienced a micro-stroke, or have blood sugar regulation problems.  

The possibilities I mentioned are just a few, and it may be none of those.  The first step is to see a doctor for proper examination of your breast lump, and you should do that as soon as possible.  
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But what will happen if I will not go to doctor? Because I cannot go to doctor at all . i cannot seek medical help from doctor?.  Yes I have slurred speech , blurry vision, extra fatigue, they feeling of something is flowing in my brain, and also the  crazy pain strokes , and yes the things you mentioned I have vertigo and others .Please help me I cannot seek doctor due to some financial issues.
How far can I live this health issue?
I'm sorry, but without a diagnosis from a doctor there is no way to know what the problem or disease is, and therefore, no way to predict whether it will affect your lifespan or not.  I wish you the best.
I have nearly the exact same symptoms as do you, and have had them for 12 years now. These began when I turned my head backward and to the left further than I have ever done. I immediately developed severe pounding, and pulsating symptoms. I have seen specialists in 7 different areas, (over 18 of them) and at nationally recognized teaching centers. I have also had every known test and medication known to science  (except a PET scan) without any significant improvement. The only thing they have found is that my cranial PICA nerve is impinging my 8th Cranial nerve. It gives me vision problems (focus, blurriness and  oscillopsia), balance issues, headaches, extreme fatigue, pulsating/electric shock sensation in my forehead, and other symptoms. I have done extensive research, and the only suggestion is a decompression of the area for what is believed to be vestibular paroxsysmia. The neurosurgeons I have seen in the States refuse to even consider decompression saying it would be unethical (?). The Ludwig Institute in Munich has had pretty good luck with this, but due to Covid, I have not been able to go there.
I wish you better luck than I have had, and if you should stumble upon a treatment, I would appreciate your sharing it.
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