Hyperthyroid symtom

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who are here feel dizzy, lightheaded and feel floating sensation? is it will get better?

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    I constantly suffer from dizziness. I was diagnosed April last year. I also lose balance. Some days are worse than others 🙄

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    Yes ! This is one of my most troublesome symptoms! U will have really good days , sometimes for weeks at a time and think it won’t come back but sadly it always does . 
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    Hi there

    Are you taking beta blockers? If so issue could be that the dose is too high and your blood pressure has dropped. 

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    I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism in May 2017.  At the end of January 2018  I was put on Block and Replace (carbimazole plus levothyroxine to stop me from constantly see sawing from hyper to hypo) and since then I have suffered double vision and your symptoms - dizziness if i turn my head suddenly so that I have to grab hold of objects to stop myself falling, plus the floating and heady sensation.  Its a horrible feeling and like you I just want to be back to normal again. But when this will happen no one can say. 
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    Still the same Peter with some days better than others.  I have the muscle pains and cramps plus joint pains which I forgot to mention yesterday and which I understand can be usual with this complaint.  All very variable. My consultant has now said I should think of a two year time frame but I am hoping I shall feel a lot better long before this! 
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