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Left side back pains and burns, history of accident. Nerve tension test positive. Signs of brain cancer?

Hi my name is Alicia and the back of my left side hurts and Burns I also got to an accident at the end of July it has been a month that it has been hurting and burning I am scared of it being brain cancer and I am only 27years old or is it because the accident I already got a nerve tention test done and it came out positive
Asked On : Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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You have not mentioned in which part of body on left back hurts and burn but I suppose you are referring to head as your question is about brain cancer so my advise is dependant on this presumption
Such symtoms do not occur vin brain cancer so does not seem to be a Brian cancer
As there is history of accident BRAIN MRI is required to rule out bain injury and then consult neurosurgeon
Local ice pack treatment is tried if no cut or wound It may help even now

Take care
Dr Lal
Answered: Fri, 6 Dec 2013
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