I tend to bruise a lot and without knowing the reason why? Is anybody having the same problems.?
I have also been feeling a burning sensation on both my feet. Could this be neuropathy? Are these symptoms part of the dysautonomia?'
It seems that every day I find another thing wrong with me.and I wonder if it's all reladed.
Sorry to hear of the issues you are dealing with. Have you had your Iron checked lately? Low Iron can cause you to bruise easily. Yes, the burning sensation can be categorized as Neuropathy. The thing is to figure out why you are having the Neuropathy.
Have you talked to your doctor about any of these isues? Good Luck and keep us posted.
Also, look into Ehlers Danlos. This can be the cause of POTS too. I have this and POTS. I too bruise easily. I also have the numbness, tingling type neuropathy symptoms. Someone told me to look into small fiber neuropathy. This can contribute to the POTS too.
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