Arin922

69d

So I am new to this. I have had a pots and eds diagnosis since 2012. Recently both have been getting progressively worse. I am turning 25 next month and I feel as if I am not able to be as active as I used to be. This summer I had to start getting bi weekly infusions for my pots which had been controlled by diet and exercise up until this point. My EDS is making it so it is hard for me to walk long distances. My hip starts having excruciating pain if I walk to long. This is really hard on me because I love hiking and being out in nature. It has also come to the point where I no longer am able to pursue the jobs that I want because I am not physically able to do them. If anyone has any advice or guidance I would greatly appreciate it.

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)

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  • agentleanbean

    68d

    While I don't have an answer, I hope you find one soon. It's so hard feeling incapable, I understand it- I'm 18 and not able to exercise how my peers do even though I'm so passionate about it. I'd suggest talking to a hEDS specialist or your most trusted PCP. Wishing you all the best 🤧❤️

  • kasket

    68d

    Are you in physical therapy at all? They can help strengthen your joints/muscles! Talk to your PCP to get a referral, I’m the same age as you and I’ve also recently seen a decline in my physical abilities and I send my love

  • LeeannD

    66d

    I agree. Talk to your doctor about a PT referral. This helped me so much. I would see if they know anyone who knows about eds and mulldowney protocol

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