Our expert says:
Well, the good news is that it is highly unlikely to be a brain tumour, though that's the sort of thing you wonder about when you're feeling bad. When we're under stress, and anxious, the muscles get tense, and we may experience a number of different aches and pains in the body, which usually clear up when we learn to deal better with the stress. A clinic, or GP could do a quick assessment both to reassure you about the brain tumour concern, and then to help you with stress problems, if that's what it turns out to be
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