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  1. I had this happened, and was given a different kind of midodrine to hold me over then when I got my real prescription it was still 2 different types of midodrine. Made me angry and I'm getting low too.
  2. I'm only 19 but I am male. It is extremely hard to find anyone that understands is what I've found. I feel like my friendships are starting to dwindle because they don't understand what I am capabale of and what I am not. I usually don't even bother to try and explain because it makes me feel sad that I can't do things that they want me to do. And of course, my future, you have a wife and kids but I don't know if I'll ever have a family to even support or be able to support. It's scary thinking you might have to live near mom and pops for the rest of their life. Feel free to PM me if you want
  3. I'm looking for a POTS specialist in Oregon as well. I was diagnosed at the mayo clinic in Scottsdale, its a really cool place. I see Dr Babaie here in Oregon who is actually a electrophysiologist, he doesn't advertise as a POTS specialist but he has been one of the most pleasant and understanding doctors I have seen.
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