Loss of Smell
Most people associate loss of smell with coronaviruses now but it can be a symptom of brain cancer. Don’t panic immediately because it’s likely to be something relatively minor. However, a prolonged loss of smell is an issue that may require a doctor’s intervention. This isn’t a common symptom but it can occur.
When brain tumors occur in certain parts of the brain it can trigger this response. These include the frontal and temporal lobes. Remember, it’s extremely rare so it’s very likely that it’s not serious. But it’s never too early to receive a brain cancer diagnosis because the condition requires urgent treatment (via Daily Express).