Can you tell me if there are other symptoms that come with the dizziness like ear fullness, stiff neck? Also how long after you leveled out did the symptoms go away?
I appreciate any information you can give me. My tsh and free t4 have just gotten into range. tsh 1.0 free t4 1.31. Thanks
Mine have not gone away, as I am still not leveled out yet after my TT in Dec 07. I still get ear fullness, (most annoying when on the telephone!), and my stiff neck is still here too. So I can't help you on that one to answer your question!
If your range has just been reached it may take a little longer for the symptoms to abate. Give it time.
Well you just gave me a load of information. I have other issues beside the thyroid and have been going through neuro exams etc. I was hoping these things were thyroid related and not what I am dealing with. So your answers have helped me more than you know. Hopefully in the next few weeks my whole life may get a bit better.
I get dizziness and joint aches if I am heading HYPO and hot sweats, fast if heading HYPER.
As for anxiety, I get that BOTH ends of the scale.
Once your levels are 'out' then the symptoms come.
Keep a log of how you feel each day and you may be able to 'catch it' before it happens.
Thats what I did and my levels have been stable for quite a while now.
I had RAI in June 2008 and keyhole TT in September 2008.
I am on Eutroxig (sodium thyroxine) and couldnt be better.
Gone back to work fulltime after 3 years struggling working from home and am also studying online for 12 months.
Give yourself time.....
OMG I'm glad I found this board. I feel worried cause I've gotten dizzy spelIs that last entire days and render me useless, I have studying to do and can't and also get clumsy at martial arts lesson (bad) have to avoid it until I get rid of dizziness. I have hashimoto's and am sooooooo dizzy I feel like crying it won't go away no matter what I do. I need synthroid adjusted and have lots of other signs I've gotten hypo, see dr in 2 days, thanks god!!
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