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you know, since Fludrocortison and Midodrine do help a “little bit” … I bet maybe I have both types. I wonder if that is possible/common. My dizziness, tachycardia and fatigue seem to be the worst at night.. not in the morning like so many other POTS sufferers describe. I also cannot drink the amount of water they suggest, not only does it make me more dizzy but I know I start urinating too much (polyuria) and then become vitamin deficient. Coffee seems to help quite a bit, I think Dr. Driscoll would refer to this as “self medicating” 🙂
All thoughts are welcome and thank you to all who have responded.. I’m trying to solve a mystery..