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About Daisy86

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  1. Thanks, that was exactely the information I was looking for. I'm already wearing this one: http://www.wolfordshop.nl/product/boutique/opaque-naturel-forming-body/75061/g500004743 It already helps me, but I would like to try if I could have even more effect with ice packs. So I would like to try to wear something with icepacks over it. The binder you are wearing (NMPotsie) looks perfect for that, but I'm living in the Netherlands, so I have to see if I can get it shipped or something. Thanks for the information
  2. I was thinking about trying this product: http://nl.bodybuildi...re/aw/back.html Has anyone tried it out yet? I was wondering if it would help prevent pooling in my abdomen if I would wear it on my abdomen with the ice pack in it. What do you think?
  3. Thank you for your answer Corina. I've been to the ME/CVS centrum Amsterdam, There they did several tests, including a tilt table test. Half way through tests they told me I probably only had POTS, after the exertion test they said it was both ME/CFS and POTS. Later on a doctor told me POTS was just a part of the ME/CFS, not a condition on his own. So I got a bit confused about that. So I don't have a POTS doctor, just a ME/CFS doctor. I could have a NO test done myself, but what would dat bring me if I don't have a doctor to do something with the results? I hope someone can answer my question
  4. I'm from Holland, so sorry if my English isn't perfect I've been diagnosed with ME and POTS this year, I've been sick and fainting for as long as I can remember and I'm 26 right now. I've been taking Lysine and it makes me feel a bit better, actually a lot better. I've been reading about NO (Nitric Oxide) and that this could be the reason that I feel better when I take Lysine, because Lysine slows down the Arginine that produces the NO. I do have vasodilation, so it fits the rest of the story. So you would think that this would mean that I have too much NO in my body. So is it safe to say th
  5. I can't answer these questions, I've had POTS symptoms for as long as I can remember.
  6. I guess I'm the only one who only sleeps for 3 hours a night at the moment... I expected there would be more people with this problem.
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