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  1. P

    Role of EZH2 in ME/ CFS and POTS

    Hi, I have been a silent reader of this forum for many years. During the past couple of months, I often had to think about a study from Australia. There, it is said, that POTS (at least in a subgroup) is caused by an epigenetic malfunction of the NE-Transporter. This epigenetic malfunction can...
  2. Jwarrior77

    Eosinophils and their role in Connective Tissue Disorders, Autonomic Dysfunction, and Mast Cell interactions.

    There has been increasing research on the role of eosinophils and connective tissue disorders. The eosinophils main role is fighting off parasitic infections, however they also play a huge part in allergic responses and inflammation. They release many cytotoxic and neurotoxic chemicals that...
  3. nyanko_the_sane

    Connecting the Dots with EDS in Managing Pain w/Dr. Pradeep Chopra

    These Posts Have Been Moved from: https://forums.phoenixrising.me/threads/jen-brea-on-whether-some-of-us-might-be-mis-diagnosed-eds-patients.75684/page-2 Connecting the Dots with EDS in Managing Pain w/Dr. Pradeep Chopra Not sure how this great webinar got past us, but I am posting it here...
  4. Saraswati

    Muscle issues-dehydration/electrolytes

    I don't know exactly how much I should drink so am sticking with 12 cups of water a day (very thirsty and peeing a lot) from hyper POTS/mild hyperaldosteronism. But I have been getting muscle aches/cramps (more like muscle pulling sensation) behind my knees lately. I had my sodium and potassium...
  5. M

    A little confused about POTS

    Ive been seeing a lot of people post about POTS here on PR and I am honestly a little confused about it. From my understanding it has something to do with blood volume in your body?? And how it changes/lacks change when standing??? Every time I google it I just get confused and find that...