Re: Lightheaded and Dizzy 4 months post partum
My first thought was dehydration, thyroid, or iron as well. But you're obviously not dehydrated! Your thyroid and iron are "normal" as well. Do you know where they fall in the normal range? It's possible that your levels could still technically be normal, but you're sensitive enough to them that "low normal" is "too low" for you. At least, that's what one doctor told me.
Personally, my dizziness is almost always related to congestion or asthma. My asthma is really mild, to the point where my only symptom is the dizziness. Maybe it would be worthwhile to have a lung function test?
What about your potassium levels? Are they okay? Low potassium can lead to dizziness. Low sodium can too.
Good luck getting it all sorted out!
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