IN Feb. of this year my wife was diagnosed with SHY-Drager Syndrome. She had orthostatic hypotension, a blue tint to the skin, inability to urinate at times, walking very slowly with her legs bent at the knees, loud sleeping plus a few more symptons. She was started on Midodrine which seemed to help with the fainting due to the hypotension. Until recently her blood pressure started to climb whether laying or standing. I took her to urgent care once her blood pressure reached 200/120 at which time she was prescribed norvasc which is a blood pressure lowering drug. that has not helped her blood pressure remains high. If she truly has SHY-Drager how could this be?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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