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Hyperthyroidism And Brain Fog
Is it possible that if your levrothroxine meds are too high and caused you hyperthyroid symptoms can you forget conversations you had & brain fog?
When I run continues for about 4 mile, I could sense nerve pressure in my head/brain. What could be the reason? I have hyperthyroid.
Running: Slow down. You are probably crossing the line. ...Read more
See your doctor : Your symptoms can be due to a multitude of medical conditions. These need to be ruled out before we assign your symptoms to anxiety or "stress". Please see your doctor for a complete history and physical exam to include comprehensive lab panel. Your symptoms could be due to diabetes, thyroid dysfunction, medications, neurological illness, etc. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, it often does!: This is a very common symptom of UTI. It almost always clears away when the infection is successfully treated - but in some elderly nursing home patients w/ generally impaired health - it can be difficult to overcome the dementia-type symptoms. I hope the UTI is totally gone ASAP. Best! ...Read more
Can't tell: Anti depressants can reverse symptoms of mental fog only if someone had those as symptoms of depression. Discuss your concerns with your doctor to make certain the goals you have are the same as your prescriber. Determining the cause of your symptoms is primary! These may have nothing to do with your depression, or be totally be cause by it. Brain fog is better treated by stimulants. ...Read more
See your doctor to: Rule out medical conditions first before taking anything is the rule of thumb. Hope you find out what's going on with you and feel better soon! ...Read more
Yes: Seasonal allergic rhinitis is more than just sneezing, runny nose, congestion and itchy nose. Many people with allergic rhinitis have sleep disorders, headaches, irritability, sinus problems, difficulty concentrating and even depression. Allergies can be socially embarrassing and disruptive to daily activities. ...Read more
Allergies?: Many things can cause ongoing sinus problems, including environmental allergies or irritants and structural problems within the nose or sinuses. Patients with sinus infections can feel tired and dizzy; however many other conditions and medications can also cause these symptoms. If you don't' improve with treatment, it is best to recheck with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See neurologist: These symptoms need more investigation -- and many potential causes may not show up on MRI scans at all. Getting a thorough workup with a neurologist is essential now. You could have migraines, some types of seizures, or other problems. You list being on topomax, but don't specify the reason. Alcohol and drug use can also cause such symptoms. Please see a neurologist as soon as you can. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: A brain tumour causes severe problems in short time, as the skull is a very rigid structure and the increase of its inner pressure is a cause for encephalopathy , ie, fogginess, diziness, severe headaches, vision problems, confusion, agitation, weakness, ..and many more. With your history, is important you have your glicemias in check and see a neurologyst . ...Read more
Had a traffic related head trauma. No obvious damage. How much chance i may develop memory loss or brain fog?
The chance is low: As long as you did not develop any bleeding inside your head, and as long as you do not have a history of repeated head injuries, a single head injury like this stands very little chance of getting you cognitive difficulties later on or any sort of brain fog. I would not spend time worrying about it. When i was a student i was honored to be able to study in the soviet union. I fondly remember the hospitality shown to us as a student group in the ukraine.Best wishes to you and your family in the upcoming holiday season. ...Read more
Most days I wake up and my nose starts running continuously. On these days I experience brain fog. What can it be?
Oh dear: Rhinorrhea can be a benign autonomic manifestation of various other things, including cluster and migraine headaches. The "brain fog" would go with that. However, it could be (not saying it IS) something as serious as leaking cerebrospinal fluid. I suggest you see your doctor in a TIMELY manner. Common things are common, but there are times when you have to have a high index of suspicion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to experience fatigue and brain fog after taking ciproflaxin? And if so, what are ways to relieve it?
Possible side effect: The symptoms you have listed can be side effects of taking ciprofloxin. Side effects can be temporary, or it can last as long as one takes the ciprofloxin. Relief comes primarily from stopping the medication, however, before doing so, you should contact your doctor for alternatives to the ciprofloxin. ...Read more
I have been told I have low dopamine. I have brain fog, anxiety, etc. Can't take ssri. Any diet measures i can take?
I have sle with a host of other things i'm having a lot of brain fog almost like an outer body experience what should I do?
See a doctor: Have a doctor examine you and discuss your signs and symptoms. More information is needed. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with hashimoto's disease, and after exercising feel terrible and have brain fog all day. Is this normal?
Weird. When i swallow i get dull top of headache followed by brain fog. Every time i intentionally swallow this returns. What the?
CV;GI w/u needed.: Discuss with your dr. Also if you are taking any supplements or otc meds. Have you been on the Carvedilol long? Did sx preceed this med or after? Gi w/u esophagus motility. How much Alprazolam are you taking? Dose may be to high.Carotid arteries need checked; perhaps additional cardio w/u. Any family hx of similar sx? If all ok then relaxation therapy. Also check out neurologic causes, albeit? ...Read more