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How Long Should Dysautonomia Last
I have pots syndrome and frequent pvcs (all day long), could they be related? Does dysautonomia cause pvcs?
Yes: Palpitations are very common symptoms with pots. Please report these complaints to your doctor for possible medication adjustment. ...Read more
My dr did an echo f/u as my last one showed "low-normal"EF, I have dysautonomia & lupus, should I be worried? what are the symptoms of failing heart
On prednisone 20mg for ctd &dysautonomia flare. Why might prednisone resolve lightheadedness.When not on it, i wake up lightheaded&fast hr lasts days?
Starting florinef (fludrocortisone) 0.5mg 3x/week for lightheaded spells related to dysautonomia .How long before I should feel difference if it works? Side effects?
Florinef (fludrocortisone): This drug should work the first time you take it if the dose is correct. It does not work immediately in the morning but causes your body to retain more fluid over the course of the day. That is intended to help regulate your blood pressure, especially when upright. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could nonvisable(but felt)twitching in my legs be from?happens after I work out or a long walk, I have dysautonomia & lupus could it be from that
Not certain it is : This internal sensation could be related to neurologic, vascular or muscle systems. This can be evaluated with vascular testing , muscular testing and neurologic testing. We need to know blood levels of a variety of substances that can be related to this such as calcium , magnesium, electrolytes etc. while you have lupus not everything that happens is related to lupus. You are a normal person. ...Read more
Been feeling v unwell, had low temp last night (35.5c) and notice increasing flat dark red pinprick spots on arms and a few on chest. Could spots be from repeated BP monitoring? Have dysautonomia.
Nervous system: It is a malfunctioning of the autonomic nervous syste. Dysautonomia is such a broad term that there many possible symptoms depending on which parts of the autonomic nervous system are affected. The most common symptoms are excessive thirst, excessive fatigue, dizziness or lightheadedness, rapid or slow heart rate, fainting (due to low blood pressure), and extreme anxiety that is not due to psychol. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dysautonomia: This is not an easy medical issue to overcome. It is a condition most often related to neurological disorders. The nerve system affecting your lower extremity is most common. I presume you have seen your doctor and/or neurologist. You must let them know that you are not responding as much as you like and alternative actions are likely to be discussed before a decision is made. ...Read more
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