I've been suffering from dizziness which seems to be related to hormone imbalance for over a year. I am 33 years old. I am dizzy before, during and right after the period and during ovulation. So I am dizzy (seriously the whole world is up side down) half the month. I also have extreme fatigue, insomnia, occasional migraines, and anxiety/depression most of of which started after I had my son at 28 years old.
Recently I started on Yaz (birth contro). At first, it was too harsh on my body. For example, if I take it in the morning, I was too tired during the day and it also made me dizzy no matter which day of the month. So my GYN recommended to take the pills at night. I am still slowly getting used to the pills but it seems to be helping me at least with the dizziness and the fatigue.
i started feeling dizzy after my first child i had him at 19 i had the mirena taken out thinkin maybe that was the problem i get so dizzy,lightheaded i cant move or play with my child wat is wrong with me please some one help sincerly confused727
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