Causes of feeling light headed thyroid?

Thyroid disorders. Are possible, but unlikely. There are hundreds of more common causes including various medical problems such as blood pressure or skipped heart beats, plus many medications that can also cause this problem. Check w/your doctor.

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Migraine/seizure,etc. If similar to past migraines-not huge worry.If never had before-could be virus or serious from seizure to meningitis.Impt enough to seek immed help & rule out dangerous causes.If those are ruled out, could be anything from pinched cervical nerve to trigeminal neuralgia, or neurologic pain complex set off by thoracic or cervical dysfunctions.Good osteopathic hx and phys could help find & fix. Read more...

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