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Fuzzy Cold Head
I'm symptomatic of hypothyroid (hair loss, fatigue, cold, fuzzy head...) TSH=3.73 and T4=14. My Dr has said it can't be Thyroid. Is this correct?
Sometimes I get a fuzzy, cold feeling in the left side of my head that lasts for 5-10 seconds, what is this?
I have fuzzy head feelings and dizziness feelings & they started about a month ago w/ my cold but I also have anxiety so that might be it. ?
Cold turkey off 40mg citalopram 3rd day , flu like feeling, fuzzy head and severely being sick ? Really not feeling well at all
Stopped citalopram: Did you stop your medication at the instruction of a physician? It's best to talk to your doc, even if you don't want to continue a medication, and plan for a taper and medical supervision, rather than stopping abruptly on your own. The symptoms you're describing are commonly associated with abrupt discontinuation of an SSRI. A taper would avoid them. ...Read more
Limited information: Your symptom can be part of a number of disease processes.....Most of which would turn out to be quite unimportant in the long run. However, to answer your question a very good physical examination to include some form of laboratory workup will get the ball rolling. Call or doctor or if you don't have one...This would be a good opportunity to look into signing up with one. Cheers! ...Read more
Col head: You are cold headeaded From the symptoms you describe, it sounds that it could be a circulatory disturbance (due to compression of blood vessels) or a nerve pinched. This may occurs due to any clots in blood vessels, excessive alcohol use or diabetes. I would suggest evaluating all the possibilities with the help of a doctor first. Further referral to a neurologist will surely help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a doctor: You need to see your primary care provider to ascertain why you feel this way and what you need done. ...Read more
What is that horrible painful feeling you get in your head after you eat something that is really cold?
Ice Cream Headache: I scream? You scream? When something very cold touches the roof of your mouth, the nerves on your palate can refer pain to your head. Ow! things you can do: 1/ press your tongue against the roof of your mouth. 2/ tilt your head backwards for 10 seconds. 3/ drink something warmer than what you just ate. ...Read more