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Handling Dysautonomia Condition
I am dealing with ctd, dysautonomia and ft job. My coworkers think that I should work late hours more than my peers because they have kids and i don't. I spent saturdayin bed, recovering. They know about my condition but they say I have no kids. What shou
I don't like them!: I don't like your colleagues! my mother always says: "ya gotta look out for number one". Is it worth helping everyone else if you'e going to pay for it by being exhausted the entire weekend? It's your choice. Do what you have to do to do an excellent job, but take care of yourself, as it obviously affects your physical and mental health, but remember what mom says: ya gotta look out for #1. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have paresthesia (2yrs lft side, r hnd/ft) sinus tachycardia(newly diag) & gastroparesis.No known cause. Could it be a dysautonomia condition? Any suggestions on where to go from here helpful
Dysfunction of ANS: One of the biggest culprits in autonomic nervous system (ANS) dysfunction is fluctuating blood sugars (bs)if the bs is too low your sympathetic nervous system will be stimulated, if the bs is too high, your parasympathetic nervous system will be stimulated. By keeping bs stable you can reduce dysautonomia. Many autonomic symptoms will result from this disorder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can inflammation from autoimmune disorder cause dysautonomia? If so, if you treat the inflammation, the dysautonoma symptoms settle down?
Probably: When dysautonomia exists, the system no longer functions in a balanced or sufficiently rapid manner. Studies show acute inflammation is associated with a temporary deterioration in cardiac autonomic nervous system function in healthy subjects. Abnormal autonomic function is often found in as and RA patients. Moreover, most inflammatory peptides if released in the cerebral vascular cause dilation. ...Read more
I have dysautonomia and was just dxd with small fiber axonopathy . Is this a progressive terminal disease like multiple systems atrophy?
No, very different: The small fibre neuropathy may be a clue to underlying causation of your dysautonomia. Considerations could include an immune process, early presentation of diabetes, and possible amyloid, porphyria, or alcohol/nutritional etiologies, but you may need more studies to pin down. Some pts respond to infusions of ivig, and would be worth considering. ...Read more
Is it "normal" to easily wax & wane between energy & no energy when dealing w/both connective tissue disease&dysautonomia?All external factors aside.
Yes: It is indeed normal for energy levels to wax and wane. This happens to all people, even those who don't have any chronic illness or conditions. However, the swings in energy may be more pronounced in someone who has a chronic condition. God days may be realy good, and bad days may be really bad. Try to get a little done and light activity on "bad days", and don't overdue "good days". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm so scared i was just dxd with small fiber axonopathy i also have dysautonomia and pots. Is this a terminal disease like msa or als?
No, not a disease: Small fibre neuropathy is a problem associated with a multitude of disorders, such as diabetes, and is just part of some disorder. It is not at all like msa or als. Talk to your doctor about how this fits with your other problems and how to manage the entire picture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stared florinef 0.5 mg 2days ago 4 dysautonomia caused by my connective tissue disease. Currently have terrible sharp r side chest pain so bad it hurts to move or breathe. Can florinef cause this?
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