Be Still Posted March 31, 2006 Report Share Posted March 31, 2006 Back from the tilt with one revoltingly exhausted mom, a dad who was glad to have a day off from work (though no pay!!!), and a teen eating everything in sight, making up for lost time.My son does not have POTS or NCS.So, what does he have? I thought finding an answer for me would find an answer for him! He passed the tilt with flying colors. That?s good! My kid is cool with it all, he is not in the same ball park with me and my sx, we knew that.Why is he so POTSy, though??As a mom, I worry about the anxiety, fatigue, brain fog and fainting (fortunately they?re aren?t overwhelming.) I still have this nagging that something is not right. His BP and HR on the tilt were normal (they aren?t at home.) The only thing he noticed/complained about on the tilt was the heaviness of the blood pooling in his arms and legs.Thank you ladies, for your good thoughts, encouragement and sympathy. I appreciated it all.This triggers my trauma of life-long having tests that came back okay, yet I felt like road kill. I was hoping for answers and I came home with more questions. I?m fretting over how much this cost! You can justify it if you get answers, I tend to beat on myself for spending the $ if tests come back okay. Can anyone help me with this? With my husband missing a day?s pay and all, it makes me want to crawl into a hole . . . medical bills Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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