Hi and welcome to the forum! I have heard positive things about this particular doctor so it is wonderful your have his guidance. I think it fortunate too that you live in Ohio as there are a lot of resources close at hand. Many of us live far from anyone versed in autonomic dysfunction. This forum is so helpful and people on it are very willing to share information and help with solutions to problems.
There are many on this forum with your diagnoses. There are many archives you can search as well and a lot of journal articles to reference.
Hi, welcome to the forum. How I envy u having the Dr so many of.us admire.
U also answered the question I have wondered if one can have both pots and ncs. I am diagnosed with ncs but suspect I also have pots. Now I for sure will ask my Dr about it.
As Marie says there is a wealth of.information on here along with wonderful people.
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