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    Old 05-15-2010, 08:45 PM   #1
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    POTSS syndrome and ? anoxia

    I was wondering if anyone diagnosed with POTS syndrome has had severe visual disturbances. I am questioning if there is a correlation with some form of anoxia. Has anyone heard of this? My daughter has had two Neuro workups with EEG and MRI, all of which came back negative. It makes some sense to me that with restricted blood flow that there is that possibility of not enough oxygenated blood to her brain, hence causing the extreme visual problems, or some form of anoxia maybe causing the visual problems. She has also had several vision exams all yeilding basically nothing. These visual problems are very different than the visual problems she first had when diagnosed intially with POTs. Any insight would be greatlt appreciated.

     
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