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Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia is a syndrome. As such, there is a collection of symptoms that distinguish it. The symptoms are widespread because the autonomic nervous system plays an extensive role in regulating functions throughout the body. Many of these symptoms, such as low blood pressure,* may present only after prolonged standing. Symptoms will vary from person to person. The following is a list of symptoms reported by patients. When possible, we have included the percentage of patients that research reports have experienced a given symptom. Symptoms presumed to be related to c
Hi all, I'm still trying to identify my symptoms so I can modify my behavoir. Clearly identifying my symptoms has helped me not freak out about having some freaky symptom of unknown cause. My bp drops upon standing so I know it's only a matter of time before I have to lay down. A few montha ago, I finally figured out that I have pots too after testing my bp and hr after standing for 10 minutes. I'd only been tested for oi, bp dropping within 3 minutes at my doctors so I didn't realize that I had this too. So today, I made and ate breakfast all the while feeling a little weaker, fuzzy heade
I'd like to take a poll to see what kind of tachycardia everyone has. I was told mine stems from my sinoatrial node (also commonly spelled sinuatrial node, abbreviated SA node or SAN, also called the sinus node). Can everyone please list their HR in different positions when flaring and when not flaring. My HR when not flaring is at rest 65-85, sitting 75-90, standing 80-100. When flaring I'm at rest 85-105, sitting 100-120, standing 110-155 Thanks!