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MissVictoria
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I got Lyme Disease for a second time this past August and I have had POTS since then.

The first time I had Lyme, I also had POTS and it eventually reduced significantly with Lyme treatment.

What do you recommend for POTS?

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Thanks for the deordorant supplements on my post. [Smile]

Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) Dysfunction and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) by Dr H.

Page 4 and page 19.

https://res.mdpi.com/healthcare/healthcare-06-00129/article_deploy/healthcare-06-00129-v2.pdf?filename=&attachment=1

Add salt
Add fluids
Add fludrocortisone
Add midodrine
Add beta blockers, metoprolol XL, if norepinephrine ( elevated adrenal hormone) is elevated.

Dr H says 41.5 % of his patients have POTS.

Also from Dr M R

https://www.treatlyme.net/guide/pots-lyme-disease

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You're welcome and thanks! [Smile]
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Yaay I found a solution!!

I saw my LLMD today and she started me on himalayan salt pills. I took my first dose right after the appointment and I feel a huge difference. She also wants me drinking a ton of water throughout the day

She said that dysautonomia is very common in Lyme patients

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