Report Dr. in Texas denied my referral. in Dysautonomia Discussion Posted December 18, 2020 On 12/8/2020 at 7:01 AM, CallieAndToby22 said: So I was referred by my cardiologist to a dysauonomic doctor in Texas. They called me up and said after reviewing my records and told me I don't have dysautonomia. I was quite offended. I've had tilt table tests and been diagnosed by 2 autonomic specialists and my neurologist. Also, I'm very very sick, my blood pressure is way too low and after 5 minutes of standing I get very ill. I have huge adrenaline drops that won't stop for months. HR upon standing is 140. I have no idea what these people are talking about. And Vanderbilt hasn't even reviewed my records, it's been 4 months. I need help now. I'm having autonomic seizures......... etc. Not sure what to do. I don't know why this office told me that!? I am so sorry you are going through this, but I would say that your diagnosis is not wrapped up in any one doctor. A person who hasn't examined you isn't in a position to give you a diagnosis. So rather than getting offended. I would take it as a reply from the doctor that he or she doesn't have the skillset to be ale to help you. It is much better that they told you up front, rather than taking up your time and energy.