I'm currently suffering from a "drunk feeling" that sounds similar to what you describe. It started in July '03 and progressively turned worse. I had the same tests you had done and a few more (EEG, MRI, stress echo, ..."
Just wanted to say to all those suffering from the drunk feeling, dizzy, out of body from thyroid meds...Well I too have spent thousands of dollars on trying to figure out what is wrong. I notice that if I take half my perscription or non at all being tired is much better than feeling like a mental case while trying to live. I truely think that tyroid medicine for some is not the life saver we were hoping for but just the opposite. Take less and see if you feel better. Everyones body responds different to medication. So what is normal for one is not normal for another. Just a suggestion..
How's it going? I saw that you left Silverstranger a message and he hasn't responded back yet. I too have been sick with these similar symptoms for the past 10 months. Have you made any progress with your diagnosis? Are you feeling any better? Please contact me so we can talk. Thank you
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