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That sounds like a good idea. It took a full two weeks for us to notice much difference with antihistamines. It didn’t CURE us, but it helped with orthostatic intolerance. It did not eliminate POTS, but it helped us function with lessened symptoms. I was thinking about your tilt table test — just like propranolol should not be taken before the test (it masks the response), I wonder if your ablations are diminishing your response? If you have the same pathology causing your symptoms, even if your TTT was negative, I wonder if the pathology is still there, causing your illness? The TTT would not be a reliable way to see if the pathology is still there in your case (I strongly suspect it is, or else you wouldn’t have felt faint, right?) In your case (and others, I’m sure), the arbitrary “30 bpm’s” should likely be taken with a grain of salt (great pun). Who is to say that someone with symptoms and a 29 bpm increase doesn’t have POTS? Common sense is getting lost sometimes, I fear. Fingers and toes crossed for you!