Hoshimotos dizziness gonna be the death of me, had it for 9 months daily and constant. No vertigo, palpitations and severe fatigue and dizziness. Body feels weak, I don't feel connected to my body anymore. Would love to know how to feel like I'm actually here again. Anyone feel like this and have you actually passed out? That's my main worry, I don't wanna pass out. Is this normal?
Help with the dizziness: Hoshimotos dizziness... - Thyroid UK
Hello, sorry I feel dizzy all day, but don't have vertigo. The world doesn't spin. And unfortunately they just learned after 9 months of endless other kinds of tests that my TPO and anti DNA levels are high. Just learned it is actually my thyroid, PCP just took another TSH level and wants me back in a week to check again. I fear he is going to be one of those who expects the TSH to be abnormal when I've read it doesn't always have to be off. I get palpitations, fatigue and scary numness and feelings of passing out but never pass out. I haven't been started on any medication yet at all.
Oh thank you, as soon as I return to get my results this Thursday I will add them, looking for any advice also about dietary changes I should be making. Attempting to take some vitamin d along with omegas for now. Also switched to distilled water and am trying to slowly wean out gluten as I learn what can and can't eat. Just sick of the whole thing and hope there is a solution to help me get my life back because prior to any of this I was perfectly healthy so I thought and never thought about fear of my health nor life the way this has caused. thought I was actually dying sometimes before when I had no clue what it was.
Funnygembunni, post the results in a new question as updates get missed. Please post the lab ref ranges too as they vary across countries and regions.
Gluten-free diet has helped a lot of members reduce antibodies and Hashi flares although it doesn't help everyone. It has to be all or nothing though, a little gluten treat can be enough to cause irritation.