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  1. This is interesting because my EP did tell me that my POTS may go away once I hit menopause. Even it if that's true, that's at least 10-15 years away. I don't know if I believe him, but since POTS seems to react so strongly to hormonal changes, I can see symptoms getting better, maybe. I've had POTS for 2 years now, and I had one day of almost 100% normalcy back in April - it was the day before my period started. But I do think it depends on what caused the POTS to begin with. Mine seemed to start during a period of prolonged stress and anxiety, though I do think I have IBS and have bord
  2. Tinnitus was the first "POTS" symptom I noticed, back in July 2012. I still have it now, but it's much less than it was. I only get it in my left ear and I usually only notice it when lying in bed on my left side. I've had issues with that ear before POTS, though, as I had a rough wisdom tooth removal that knicked the nerve, which leads up to the left ear. I really do want to see a chiropractor this year, as I wonder if there is a pinched nerve somewhere in my neck or upper back contributing to this.
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