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POTS syndrome: POTS syndrome is a difficult condition to treat. Treatments include increased fluid, compression stockings and medications like beta blockers, Florinef (fludrocortisone) etc. one recent study suggests melatonin may help. See: Cardiovasc Ther. 2014 Jun;32(3):105-12. doi: 10.1111/1755-5922.12067. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm diagnosed with pots syndrome. I want to do a science experiment with this, what could i experiment with pots?
Not a good idea to: Experiment with yourself. See this site for more information on this syndrome. http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/postural_tachycardia_syndrome/postural_tachycardia_syndrome.htm. ...Read more
Developed pots syndrome 8 months ago at the age of 24 is there a chance it will ever go away or no chance because I am not a teen
POTS syndrome: Unfortunately this is a condition about which we do not fully know yet. There are some meds which might help. You should be seen in a university center for any new developments in treatment. ...Read more
If you have pots syndrome is there and underlying cause of something else wrong needing to be investigated? I'm reading everywhere that there is
No: No one knows the cause of pots. It is over-diagnosed and a current fad. Assuming you truly have pots, it should be treated for symptom control only. ...Read more
There is always a cause for POTS syndrome! Why can't they find mine? It's been two years and they can't find the answer and I am still sick! Help.
Difficult diagnosi: This is a very challenging not only in diagnosis but in finding the right treatment for you. Usual recommendations go from increased fluid, increased salt intake, and midodrine some times which is a vasopressor. WHo is they and are you going to the right doctor? Who has seen you? What tests were ordered? ...Read more
Can you have both ist and pots syndrome together was diagnosed with ist but wanted pots ruled out first. Then was diagnosed with pots! not sure now?
Dysautonmia: Ist ;pots are both poorly understood conditions - that may indeed overlap . Pure ist - patients are continuously tachycardic - or a sig higher baseline pulse.With simple exertion the heart rate can soar, very challenging to treat - bblockers etc have only modest efficacy . Ablation is sometimes required. Pots is likely a disorder of vascular resistance - measures to increase fluid intake can help. ...Read more
There is always a cause for POTS syndrome! Why can't they find mine? It's been two years and Mayo can't find the answer and I am still sick! Help.
Not always a cause..: We cannot always find the cause of things, and POTS is no exception. Those people at Mayo are awfully good at what they do, especially when it comes to this, and I expect they tried very hard to find the cause. Sometimes the missing ingredient is time. For young people, POTS sometimes goes away. This is mysterious too! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Paragangliomas: Some of the paragangliomas are catecholamine producing extra adrenal tumors, which could cause or worsen pots syndrome. ...Read more
POTS: There are multiple meds tried. If you find a doc who is very experienced in pots you are more likely to get results. ...Read more
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