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Feeling faint
I have not felt good for months...thought doc would increase carbimazole dose as I think I've gone hyper again (but he doesnt) been a month sine seeing him.
Not getting to sleep for hours (sleep weel when eventuallty drop off), got the digestive problems, very pale, one eye feels hard & is puffy, scabby scalp/hair loss.....and today I nearly fainted/passed out, had to let myself drop or was going to crash to floor had I stood another minute..felt faint since
Anyone know if another thyroid symptom?
There are so many
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please excuse typo's/mistakes...I type too fast without checking before I post
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thyroid storm is exasperations of hyperthyroid symptoms and a thyroid storm is very rare.

If you were having a thyroid storm you would know it to the point that it would get you to the ER and fast.




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Hi Thanks for replying.  I just wondered if this is just another symptom of thyroid/graves disease...as scared me...and have felt faint all day...head dizzy/blurry when stand weak feeling. Wondered if should go to GP...but thought would ask here ...as would hate to go & he said its because of your thyroid disease this happens.
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