Could dizziness be due to hypothyroidism?

Many Causes. Different people mean different things when they use the word "dizziness." in any case, dizziness can come from far too many causes to list here. You need to tell your doctor why you are worried about hypothyroidism as that usually does not start with dizziness.

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I have had dizziness now for about 8 weeks could it be due to hypothyroidism?

Not necessarily. Although low thyroid can cause dizziness, the more likely etiology may involve inner ear, medication reactions, blood flow issues to the base of the brain, low blood pressure, anemia, abnormal heart rhythms, and even significant deconditioning. Due to complexities, see your physician, who most likely will reassure you. Read more...

Can hypothyroidism cause dizziness?

It can, but rarely. Luckily, hypothyroidism is easily treated with the correct dose of brand name T4 replacement. Check w/your doctor. Read more...

Is it possible that my body doesn't like to be hypothyroidism at all? Anytime they lower my levo I get bad anxiety and dizzy.

Hypothyroidism. Thank you for informing about Thyroidectomy, Hypothyroidism, Levothyroxine, and Feeling anxious. While taking maintenance dose of Levothyroxine., lowering the dose will not cause anxiety, as anxiety is a symptom of Hyperthyroidism. Anxiety can be due to stresses of relationships, work, finances. Dizziness can be due to Anxiety. See Endocrinologist for Thyroid status. See Psychiatrist for Therapy. Read more...

Should I be concerned if I have dizziness and fatigue that is getting more severe everyday, hypothyroidism?

See PCP. If you are experiencing lightheadedness and fatigue that is worsening, it is recommended you consult your pcp. Fatigue as well as lightheadedness are symptoms of dozens of medical and psychological conditions. So it is important to determine the cause with a proper history, examination, and ancillary lab tests. Hope that answers your question! Read more...

Threw back out nauseous dizzy sweating have hypothyroidism could that be the reason? I feel so crumby

Needs to be checked. It is probebely not related to Hypothyroidism.But I do not see you being treated for Hypothyroidism.I uggest you get it cheked byYour doctor or go to ER if the symptoms persist. Read more...

Bp often70/95, fasting sugar 107, mild dizziness sometimes by forward bending for 3months, no vertigo, no low iron or blood count, no hypothyroidism, age59?

If your. If your blood pressure is 70/95 then there is a problem. Normally the systlic is higher meaning 95/70.. that looks better, however the difference between the number is not much hence that could also signal a problem. See your primary doc to check for cortisol, aldosterone, and thyrone hormones. Then have him refer you to a cardiologist. Read more...
See a doctor. Hi. In expressing BP, the bigger number (systolic) goes on top. Did you leave off a "1"? is BP 170/95 (or is it 95/70)? You have impaired fasting glucose (if the 107 is valid & reproducible). Assuming you might have high BP (170/95), that's bad. There are diseases that cause both glucose intolerance and high BP, but it could all just be part of the type 2 diabetes picture too. See endocrinologist. Read more...