I'm not sure where to start, I suppose when I started not been well, however some things may not be relevant.
Around 3 yrs years ago I started having really bad episodes of dizziness and vertigo inducing vomiting ultimately I would end up in bed unable to move. Afterwards I feel extremely exhausted and achy everywhere for a day or so (unless I'm having continuous attacks for a few days). I have these episodes quite sporadic sometimes they are bunched other times I will have one random, after been continuously told that it's viral at the beginning of the year one of the GP's in my surgery suggested it could be Meniere's Disease. No actual diagnostic tests have been done just history, I began management treatment of betahistamines 3 times a day for a total of 48mg, I've actually stopped taking as it actually does nothing for my S&S.
The past 3 - 6 months I've felt dreadful, a general unwell feeling, constantly tired, I've had episodes of low bp 71/52 at it's lowest, I'm losing lots of hair at brushing and washing to the point my husband told me off as he said it was like having a molting dog I'm constantly freezing cold.
Last year I two episodes of been walking and alert but losing 20 minutes of time, I did tell my practice nurse who told me not to worry and stress can affect memory, it was the scariest thing I've ever experienced and really out the norm for me.
One of my lecturers had noticed I wasn't very well pale and sat with a thick coat and scarf on in a really warm room where people opened the window because they were on the verge of passing out. She suggested it could be my thyroid as she had similar experiences and turn out to be her thyroid.
I've been to the doctors and had my bloods done my TSH which is 1.66 which is almost in the middle of their range (1-4) the only things that were out where my creatine and wbc count (neutrophil & eosiophil) were low but not greatly low.
My doctor said everything is fine and suggested I lose weight and exercise, I am overweight and don't have best diet more of a not eating at right times and I never stop I'm a nursing student in classes and running round uni most days and when I'm not, I'm chasing my 4 year old round the house/garden/park. My lecturer said the ranges the Uk sometimes use are different and that other things could be affecting it.
I'm just looking for any guidance, any similar experience, I'm at a loss. I feel like I'm going out of my mind, I am trying to lose weight but been very much a yo-yo-er up and down then stay the same for a long time, then shoot up then yo again. I just don't feel right and I hate going to the doctors