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JustRachelle

770d

I can’t do anything without getting dizzy or lightheaded .. it’s so damn frustrating!

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    • JustRachelle

      769d

      All of my levels are good according to my last blood draw but I don’t take anything for me just waiting to get my mri done and then go from there.. I’m just trying to cope..

    • JustRachelle

      769d

      All of my levels are good according to my last blood draw but I don’t take anything for me just waiting to get my mri done and then go from there.. I’m just trying to cope..

    • Margaret_Elizabeth

      769d

      For me, wearing compression socks and taking electrolytes helps with my lightheadedness

    • HeyReese

      770d

      I feel you, friend. It can be so frustrating & exhausting. Also, with celiac disease, it can be difficult for our bodies to absorb proper nutrients. I take carbonyl iron, but I’m always anemic no matter how much I take. I’ve found a complex B vitamin to help so much. I also take my iron with vitamin C for max absorption. Hope this helps 🤗

    • Hellelujahs

      770d

      I feel your pain! I frequently have vertigo episodes. On those days I can’t get out of bed without becoming super dizzy. I would definitely talk to a doctor, if you are also feeling light headed it may be anemia which can usually be fixed with some iron supplements. I hope you start feeling better!

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