I have been feeling like no equiliberium but i can do all my daily work and sports normally, but feel most of the time like moving, not spinning, strange feeling in my head, no pain, ....it's vague and hard to describe...what's it? and what causes such feeling? It's annoying and makes me feeling I'm going to expereicne nosea...
Is it lokimea? or HIV symptom? Please need you help.
I have that kind of feeling too. I don't know what it is and the doctors obviously don't know what it is. I have been to a lot specialist. Then they found out I have Hashimoto's hypothyroidism. I am currently being treated for this. But somehow I still have this kind of feeling. It's hard to describe it to anyone but it definitly don't feel good. I am not sure if it is thyroid related symptoms or not. Right now, I am on second month of the thyroid hormone replacement therapy. They told me that the med won't take effect after about three to four months. So I really can't tell you anything now, but I can definitly feel your pain.
Why don't you go to a doctor and have a blood test to check it out? If it is serious, you can get treated early. For me, besides this weird feeling, I have all other symptoms of hypothyroidism such as fatigue, dry skin, hair loss, IBS, low basal temperature, sleep disorder and joint pain to name a few. Although, it's not common for man to have this disease ( about 8 out of 10 people with this disease is female), there is still a chance. It's not life-threatening disease. It is autoimmune disorder and the body is not producing enough thyroid hormone.
But do you have all other symptoms of leukimia? Such as easy brusing, bleeding, headache? You should stop worry about it and go to a doctor and test it out.
Brusing is bleeding under the skin. You can easily see it if your skin has a little green or purplish looking. If you have little red spot on you skin, that is a sign of low platelet count and could be a sign of leukimia too. Or, do you have any swellen lymph node? But as I said before, you need to do a blood test first. If it is leukimia, the blood test will show. Usually, low red blood cell, low platelet count, and high white blood cell are suggested of leukimia.
Jerry: I have these symptoms.. Weird Feeling and I am able to do everything as usual. I thought of Nausea but that affects the stomach like you want to vomit. I don't have that sign. Do you? What is this weird feeling???
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