But he will only tell you what you want to hear.
I’ve mentioned this before, that you have to be careful when googling your symptoms.
The internet is an excellent source of information, depending on how you use it.
If you feel a pain in your head and are convinced you have a brain tumor, and enter “headache + brain tumor” into search, Google will oblige you ,by giving you everything that has ever been written on headaches and brain tumors.
This does not mean that you have a brain tumor. It means that you got information relating to what you specifically asked – headaches and brain tumors.
The clue in the last sentence was the word “specific” Your focus was too narrow.
You are putting into Google what you are afraid of, either looking to get some sort of evidence that you have a brain tumor, then you can sort it, or you are seeking reassurance that you do not have a tumor.
Enter “headache” into Google and you will get a list of all possible causes, most of which will not scare you half to death.
or, give Dr Google a break and ask a medical doctor.