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Tired and Dizzy...help!

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  • Posted By: phm9595
  • September 19, 2007
  • 02:14 PM

Hi im a 19 year old female. For over a month now ive been having a lot of weird symptoms. It started off that i was dizzy but now i feel more of a pressure in my head and i feel very off balance. I sometimes have a bad headache too. Also lately ive been very tired all day no matter how much i sleep. I went to the doctor many times, I had a CAT scan thyroid test urine test all blood tests and EKG which were all normal. Also im not anemic. THe doctor thought it may have been compacted ear wax which he removed but i still feel the symptoms. He also gave me nasal spray for the pressure im feeling in my head which is supposed to drain liquid which may be causing it. Before this ive barley ever been sick in my whole life. Anyone have any idea what it might be or more importantly, when it will go away. Has this happend to anyone else before?:confused:

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  • Odd. The same thing is happening to me. Kinda. I've been having pressure in my head, and my ear kinda hurt last week, along with my eyelids. So naturally I thought it was a sinus infection. But now, my right lung and heart hurts. My heart goes on and off, and the same with my lung. Could it be pneumonia? I also feel really tired and I feel like I'm in a haze. Not fun at all.Thanks.
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    • September 19, 2007
    • 03:44 PM
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  • I am 21 and can sleep anywhere and anywhere as I am so tired, I feel sick and dizzy and lightheaded and have general aches and pains with pressure above my forehead most of the time.I don't know what is wrong with me, I have had thyroid and diabetes tests but nothing shown as wrong. Help
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 22, 2007
    • 07:57 PM
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