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Hello again! I get chest pain quite often and often when I use my pulseox or bp cuff during these times I have either tachycardia or an arrhythmia showing. I hope you feel better! For me laying on my left side sometimes helps. I can understand what you mean when you say you are traumetized. To have so many symptoms and feel like your being so limited by illness that is hard to relieve and can be very unpredictable is very difficult to deal with. I find myself being very depressed about it. I have been out of work since March and struggled to get medical assistance and am financially burdened and just dealing with all this and my mom has stage IV cancer, my sister has EDS and dysautonomia, my daughter has autism, epilepsy and she is starting to have a few POTS symptoms and my niece is getting severe frequent migraines (we all live together)….it is all just very overwhelming. I try to remind myself of the blessings I do have in my life and to take things minute by minute because really that is all I can be sure of. I am here if you ever want to talk, just message me.