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My understanding is that about 50% of POTS is labeled as idiopathic. Doesn't mean there isn't an underlying cause, but may not be found within the limits of what research currently knows.

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There are quite a few research articles on idiopathic (primary) POTS that have been published in the past couple of years.

I'd say that it's possible that some of us may never find the cause behind it. Does that mean the cause doesn't exist? Hmmm ....this is already turning into a philosophical conversation ;)

Alex

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