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Can low potassium levels cause orthostatic hypotension?

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Dr. Mohamad Ali
Internal Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: It's possible.

Low potassium can cause the heart to have various rhythm changes.
It's possible that those changes can result in ortho static hypotension. You should atleast get an ECG.

In brief: It's possible.

Low potassium can cause the heart to have various rhythm changes.
It's possible that those changes can result in ortho static hypotension. You should atleast get an ECG.
Dr. Mohamad Ali
Dr. Mohamad Ali
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Dr. Anne Phelan-adams
I agree with Dr. Ali and will add only that you should seek medical care and get this EKG PROMPTLY!
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