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Weird sensation on the left of brain that last for a short while, cancer ruled out. History of memory loss. Help?

I have a weird sensation in the left side of my brain. I have had it for quite a while now, much like tensions. I know we have no feelings in the brain, but still I feel it. I have went to the doctor checking my health, since I was very exhausted a while ago and still is, but there were no signs of cancer or such they told me. I m still worried though of this sensation and what it is. It feels like something is numb and stagnant. I have also had a memory loss 10years ago I never really have recovered from. I would appreciate help very much.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Please do not over burden yourself with unnecessary thoughts about your health or body parts. That may lead to hypochondriasis. You are having this for years and nothing happened. Consulted a physicin and cancer ruled out. Means he is pretty sure that you are alright. Believe him or find another capable doctor whom you trust and ask for opinion. Worrying about any simple uneasiness or pain might increase it and result will be persistant depression on account of it.
Get well soon.
Answered: Mon, 5 Aug 2013
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