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I’m awaiting for my POTS testing to come back and as far a my cardiologist thinks, he suggested that POTS is what I have.
My heart rate is wonderful whenever I’m lying/sitting but I start standing or walking and HR shoots right up and doesn’t come back down.
I’ve tried veripamil (ccb) and I’m on propranolol (B.B.) 80mg daily 40morning and 40night, it worked for nearly 4 months but in the last week I take my tablets and they just are not lowering my HR.
Is it possible to ever reduce your heart rate with medication if you have POTS?
I’m just really worried that my cardiologist won’t ever be able to lower my HR and I won’t be able to live out my life, at least even if it has changed because of this illness.
Would cardio ablation work for POTS?
I’m seeing an EP specialist in 3 weeks, maybe they could do something?
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