In reference to the past few posts, I have been having similar symptoms for the past few months.
I have put off going to the doctor, because of money and time issues, but I'm really getting scared...
Every day it seems, maybe it's my job, maybe it's something else. I just cannot concentrate. I used to be a great typer, it's my job, but like right now I can barely concentrate I keep messing up. I have this pressure-plugged up feeling in my ears, like I have to pop them but they won't pop. My head always feels like a balloon. Always some sort of a headache. Yesterday it made me nautious the headache was so strong. For some reason if I get canker sores in my mouth, it makes everything worse. I know I have allergies, but I haven't taken medicine for them for months, I just feel fine without it. I hardly ever get allergy attacks anymore.
Also when I'm at my desk, I sometimes sweat all day. Even when it's not even hot, I just sweat all day, mostly my face feels hot all the time. When I have gone to the doctor recently or the dentist, I always have a normal temp normal blood pressure and pulse. My face feels even hotter when I wear makeup which sucks cuz I can't even wear makeup!
My mom said it might be low blood sugar. I just need to get to the doctor. I'm afraid it's like carbon monoxide poisoning, but I have a detector and it's not going off. When I move my head slightly it feels like I'm going to fall over. I have trouble holding things, I've dropped so many things. Sometimes I stumble. Sometimes it feels like I can't drive. But somehow every day I manage to push through.
Please let me know what the diagnoses were with the other cases. Thanks.
I'm sorry to hear that you feel this way and I admire you getting through the day despite what you are experiencing. From the way you pictured it I just cannot come up with a single condition that can cause this. It can be as simple as stress or vitamin deficiency or complex like a thyroid or neurologic problem. I suggest you inquire with your doctor regarding tests like thyroid hormone levels, hemoglobin levels. Have your ears checked and ask your doctor for a full neurologic physical examination.
For the meantime, make sure you are eating healthy. You may start multivitamin supplementation if you feel your not getting enough of these in your diet. I hope everything will be cleared once you have consulted. Again I admire you getting through all of these. Regards and God bless.
the problems as such u have described above do occur to me also.i am hypothyroidic and i feel u get your thyroid gland tested after consulting any endocrinologist.i think yours problem may subsidise,once you are on medicine, but it wont go off permanently.
my best wishes are with you.
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