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Experience leg cramps, dizziness, nausea, sweating, ringing in ears, blurry vision, headaches. Low potassium, sugar and high WBC. What to do /

Hi I am a 27 yr old female with low potassium low sugar and a elevated WBC. I have experience leg cramps dizziness nausea sweating ringin in the ears and the feeling of almost passing out... Sometimes I feel extremely hungry and can't get full. Headaches are common with blurry vision and shakiness. It varies from Day to day and I have no energy. I'm currently trying to conceive with no luck. I have 3 children and never had trouble gettin pregnant before. My thyroid has Ben checked ad said it was low. Checked again after 6 months but it came back ok. Please help.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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These symptoms you have been experiencing may not be due to any ENT problems. The symptoms indicate towards hypothyroidism. Since the thyroid levels are low, you need to supplement with thyroid hormones. Please consult your physician- he/she will definitely help you.
Answered: Fri, 5 Jul 2013
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