Got postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Heart rate goes to 110 standing how much midodrine estimate will bring it to 90?

Orthostatic. Midodrine is an Alpha receptor stimulant which is used in treatment of patients whose blood pressures drop significantly when standing. Not as much affect on heart rate though in those without blood pressure drop. Discuss with your doctor.

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Male 22, resting heart rate 50. Also have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Will midodrine lower my resting hr even more?

Midodrine is a. Stimulant of Alpha adrenergic receptors. As a side effect can cause severe bradycardia. This drug have been use to treat severe intractable pots. You should be follow by an endocrinologist familiar with pots and all drugs and side effects use for the treatment. You should discuss the above treatment with your doctor, and close follow important if the decision is to use it. Read more...

Male 22. I have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Heart rate goes to 100 when I stand. Will regular excercise bring it down at all?

It should help. There is a long list of therapies and medications used in pots, partly because no single approach has been found to work in all patients, but one important component of treatment is regular exercise to improve cardiovascular conditioning. That, combined with increased fluid and salt intake, as well as medications as determined by your md will be your best bet to improve your symptoms. Read more...

Is a heart rate of over 200bpm while standing normal for postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome?

Too fast. A heart rate over 200 beats per minute is way too fast. Ones primary care doctor or cardiologist can evaluate for the cause, if an adult truly has a heart rate over 200. Heart rates close to 200 may be SVT (supraventricular tachycardia). Read more...

I have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome will midodrine help blood get back to heart when standing up?

Yes. Midodrine raises your blood pressure and thus prevents fainting or light-headedness by keeping blood circulation to the brain. The heart will get more blood return and the reflex tachycardia will be less pronounced, or even be not triggered. Read more...