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Having depression, short breaths, tired, impairment. Test results low vitamin B12, D3. Taking thyroxine. Suggest?

Hi Sir, I am a computer engineer by profession. From about last 4 years I am suffering from weird disease. The over all symptoms are : 1. Depression. 2. Shorts in breath. 3. Mental fatigue . 4. Extreme tired in eyes , behind the eyes. some time not able to face light. 5. dowdiness. 6. Slow calculation in mind. ( feel for last four years) 7. Impairment. 8. Some time feel some fastness in brain cause me unable to conscious , Move a part of body, or goes into deep fast unconscious form with a sweet pain or itching in my brain ( for last one year) 9. A Zooon Zoooooon sound in brain when wake up. 10 . every sound goes into brain like a hammer bitten. Test results. 1. Hemoglobin not goes up from 12.5 from last four year I have seen in reports , even MCV etc are low. 2. Found hypothyroidism 1.5 year back. 3. Found vitamin B12 low 1.5 year back. 4. Found vitamin D3 deficient 6 month back. from last 1.5 year taking thyroxine TAB 50 . I have not get complete freedom from these disease only got some relief. Please suggest why these disease and solution..
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic. Thanks for your query.

Many of the symptoms which you have mentioned are indicators of a depressive disorder. But there are certain unusual symptoms which you have mentioned such as "becoming unconscious", "hearing strange souns in your brain", etc. which need further evaluation. You have also mentioned that you have a thyroid problem (which is not completely controlled) and this could be another reason to cause or worsen your symptoms.

I would suggest that you first have a detailed evaluation by a psychiatrist, and further investigations, if necessary, in order to determine the likely cause of your multiple symptoms. Further treatment will depend on the diagnosis. There are effective forms of treatment available for most psychiatric disorders - in the form of medication or psychological therapies.

Wish you all the best.

Dr. Jonas Sundarakumar
Consultant Psychiatrist
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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