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About Alicat_326

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  1. Wow, thank you all for your amazing responses, I am so glad to hear that some of you have figured out how to get this under control for yourselves and for those of you and your friends who are still on that journey, I wish the best to you and I hope you all find something that works soon. This was so helpful and although I am saddened by how many of us are in pain, it's nice to not be alone. Stay safe and well lovelies.
  2. Hey guys, I have always has horribly painful periods, long lasting, heavy flow, a laundry list of symptoms. But since having dysautonomia (they havent diagnosed me with pots or a specific form of it yet), my periods have been absolutely unbearable. Migraines, debilitating pain, SUCH a heavy flow, exacerbated lightheartedness, fatigue, brain fog, a high temperature, dehydration, I cant eat, i cant sleep, it hurts to move and to lie still. Pain meds never help, blood pooling gets more noticable the week leading up to it and during the duration of this time. I know dysautonomia can affect t
  3. Thank you both for your responses so much. This was so helpful and reassuring
  4. Hello, I recently went to urgent care for migraines and mentioned my heartrate had been doing crazy things. I've been active my whole life, dance, working out 5 days a week. I was sick with mono for about 3 months in early 2020 and my body never fully recovered. Almost Everytime I stand up my heart rate skyrockets, my vision goes black, I get shakey, I have brain fog all the time, I'm always exhausted. I get nauseous after eating, I cant stand longer than an hour without my legs getting a throbbing ache. They put a heart monitor on me at the urgent care and set me up with a primary care physic
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