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by Lynn63, Dec 21, 2008
Cymbalta and Orthotricyclen have both been very helpful for my daughter who has the Hyperadrenergic form of Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.
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by BUNNY211, Apr 13, 2009
To: Dysautonomic Treatments
A physician oriented to Dysautonomia is helpful.  Those not so oriented "diagnose" "psychiatric", etc.  DINET has a list, but something more comprehensive is needed.  Are there any professional societies for this practice area?
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by rubyred123, Sep 30, 2009
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YAZ and other birth control pills that act as a diuretic Should NEVER be used in someone with Dysautonomia.  THIS INFORMATION NEEDS TO BE REMOVED.  Low dose monophasic hormones are best.
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