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What Causes Dizziness When Driving With Hot Flash Rapid Heartbeat
Been having low grade fever, hot flashes on/off, fast heartbeat when laying down, dizziness, shaking in my hands, fatigue most of the day, body aches?
Blood test: Sounds like you may have a viral illness or possibly thyroid disorder. If persists see your doctor. ...Read more
I feel lightheaded/dizzy very often,with hot flashes at times. I'm 21,and do have anxiety a lot but haven't been anxious for weeks.Anxiety the cause?
Possibly: It's definitely possible that anxiety is the culprit, however that is not the only possibility. It would be a good idea to have an exam and get some labs done to make sure everything is alright with your physical health as well. Anemia, electrolyte problems, infection, medications, drugs/alcohol/tobacco can cause it as well, just to name a few. ...Read more
Just recently had a hot flash, felt faint/dizzy, and now feel really tired with a mild headache.This has never occurred before. What could cause this?
Symptoms: There are many possibilities. Please see your doctor about this ...Read more
What causes transient elev of T-4? Symp #loss, nervous, hot flash, shaky, always hungry, off/on dizzy, headaches, tired, paraethesias off/on.
Thyroid: You are describing symptoms that are commonly seen in hyperthyroidism. If your T4 had only been transient, there are several disorders that can cause that. First on my list is Hashimotos thyroiditis. Second would be Graves disease, although this usually isn't transient. Could be vital thyroiditis. You should have additional blood work to look for specific antibodies to help make correct diagnosis ...Read more
How can i know the cause of my hot flashes .. I am just 22 and i get it alot with fatigue, increase in heart rate and dizziness and nausea sometimes , i know i don't have any gynecological problems ! Is it because of anemia ? What can be the other cau
Can't tell here: Don't know you. Call your doc, get examined, find out. ...Read more
See your doc: More information is needed to get a clearer picture of what is going on. A thorough history of your symptoms as well as pertinent "negatives" would be helpful. ...Read more