Monday, June 15, 2009

Student solves her own medical mystery


Student solves her own medical mystery

So here is another example of how important it is to be your own advocate if you have a chronic illness. If you don't have a diagnosis, or believe you have the wrong diagnosis, never give up until you have an answer!!

I'll also be posting in a week or 2 about how to deal with POTS without drugs, but it's taking a little bit to get it all together. In the meantime, I wish good health to all of you!

2 comments:

Twinklingtoes1 said...

Thank you for your indepth, clinical/personal input about this complex syndrome. I am a rehabiltation specialist for Neurologically-Impaired (with dysautonomia) living in Charlottesville, Va. I have an international background in therapeutic riding and hippotherapy. I also have an 84 year old mother in NC with this condition among other issues. Please e-mail me off list if you have the time and energy. JMJ

Lauren said...

Thanks for your comment. I'd love to talk to you more about the work that you are doing. Please feel free to email me at lmbutare@wheredidigetthislemon.com so we can talk more.

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