Are you in the UK? If you are....OMG, the medical care there is SLOW and mediocre.
Not sure about the POTS too, but anything is possible at this point.
I still believe this is DI or something Endo involving the kidney.
Well...keep us posted.
Its ok don't worry.....
So far I have an app for neurophyiology in July
waiting on scan app and eeg
I said to my doc about the urine being sweet .... He did no urine test or asked me for a sample I am gona get a copy of my records as I might be able to find out the actual results of blood, thyroid ect ......
But so far to me anyway it could be a problem with my single kidney with hypertension and something else not sure what.....
One of my friends thinks pots??? With Di
I don't know but what I do know is they need to sort it out.
Thanks for helping you have all been great!
Oh and if I get to the point I will go a&e
Oops- noticed I made a number of mistakes on my last post to you. I meant:
"I'd probably BE going to get emergent care."
"...how THEY could help me get stabilized..."
"...see if I could get my appointments moved UP..."
Looks like I need to proofread before posting, expecially as they don't have an edit feature on this site! I'm sorry about the blunders.
Please keep us posted dear.
I hope you get some answers soon.
You suggested in your opinion this was not anything for a neurologist to investigate, but ideally an endocrinologist instead. You also suggested she should ask for a brain MRI, and wondered about diabetes insipidus and about a possible adrenal issue.
With diabetes insipidus and adrenal issues both having to do with endocrine hormones which the master gland, the pituitary in the brain, has a direct bearing on, I wondered if you were thinking of the pituitary when you suggested the brain MRI. Now I know your answer is no. Hope this clears up your confusion as to what I was talking about with my question?