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Dizziness, tingling sensation in the hands after riding bike, underactive thyroid. Treatment?

I am 70 year old male weighing approx 103.8 kilograms . I am a vegetarian and temporarialy live in Holland. I have been slightly dizzy for some time. When I get out on my bike I feel usually good with no dizziness and a good level of energy. However, after a long bike ride there is a tingling sensation in my left and right hand . After ending the bike ride and walking back into the house I feel again somewhat dizzy, somewhat weak and the tingling sensation reaches its highest level. when I walk back into the house I can also feel the bio-magnetic field between the left and right hand without the hands touching when the palms are close to one another and in motion. Blood test show an underactive thyroid. A test at UCLA 1994 proved I have sleep apnea . what should be my next course of action to get beyond dizziness? Roy Tanoulas YYYY@YYYY also feeling slightly dizzy
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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  Anonymous's Response
first of all thanks for asking.
few queries.
Do you have headache/associated loss of vision/associated nausea and vomiting/ difficulty in seeing side objects?
*Any loss of chest hair/ sexual hair-axillary or pubic/ any erectile dysfunction or amenorrhea?
*Any history of postural dizziness/recurrent low BP / recurrent admission for low sodium/ increased tiredness?
*Any history is goiter/constipation/ facial edema/leg swelling/slow mentation/ memory loss/dry skin/ yellowish tinch of skin?
*Any milk like secretion from breast/ infertility/ no periods?
Any thigh or arm muscle weakness/ hump in the back/ moon face/ any reddish pink marks on stomach towards the side - not referring to stretch marks?
*Do you feel like your hand or foot size is increasing/ your nose is becoming bigger/ changing dress size?
Any history of bone pain/ abdominal pain/gastritis/constipation/depression/renal stones

I suggest you treat the underactive thyroid. But before I give the dose of medication I need to see the reports.
the tingling is due to carpal tunnel syndrome, it is due to long ride in that posture of your hands.
It is due to entrapment of nerves under a tendon
1)do to exercise with smily ball
2) if not controlled pain medication like paracetamol.
3) further not controlled gabapentin tablet
4) lastly surgery to release the tendon.
Answered: Thu, 22 Jun 2017
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