Thank you for your response. I have a tilt table test and a 72 hour holtor monitor booked for tomorrow morning at 9am. This is under a cardiologist but he is not a specialist in PoTS or autonomic dysfunctions so it will be just tests related to the heart.
I wonder if you could answer another query of mine please?
If someone has say…. Cold hands and feet, night sweats, heat intolerance, urgency in micturition, lack of co-ordination(clumsiness), etc of other symptoms, are these related just to pots or other autonomic dysfunctions?
Would very much appreciate your reply
Tricky question because symptoms of autonomic dysfunction include POTS! Being “surgically precise”, ‘POTS’ means that your heart rate increases by 30 beats or more within 10 minutes of incline on a TTT (or 40 beats for a child). Some of these symptoms are NOT autonomic, but are often found in patients with dysautonomia… Clear as mud, right? Pleae let us know how your TTT goes! 😉