For six months now have been flat on my back. When I stand my blood pressure keeps rising without stopping until I black out (one minute max).After ten days in the heart ward the hospital says my heart is fine and don't know what is causing it. They first said it was the condition called POTS but after seeing a neurologist they said it was the opposite of falling pressure associated with POTS. Since this time my doctor has given no guidance or help I just go every where by gernie if I have to leave the house.The doctors in the hospital said they don't know how to treat the condition and said I would have to be sent to the Mayo clinic or John Hopkins. My insurance has refused doing this and here I am stuck. What government agency can I call to make them send me to a proper treatment arena. Thanks for listening!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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