The clues my doctors missed

I try to live my life without regrets, but I can’t help but look back wistfully on the moments where doctors missed my many signs of POTS. My diagnosis process worked out in a really beautiful way—I made incredible, lifelong friendships I would not have otherwise had I not been diagnosed when I was 20—but… Continue reading The clues my doctors missed

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Don’t worry, I’m still around

Hey! It’s been a while. Here’s a quick little update. I’m doing the Cheesehead Challenge, a race benefitting Dysautonomia International held in Wisconsin (hence the cheese), virtually from home in Virginia. I’d love it if you sponsored me! I have some cool incentives to sponsor, too. If you decide to donate, leave a comment so… Continue reading Don’t worry, I’m still around

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What a month

It’s been crazy. I’ve always loved the fall. It’s just a superior season to everything else, because I can finally break out my jeans and hoodies and large assortment of hats. And stop shaving my legs. It’s a good time to be a human being. Sure, season changes mean major pain for POTSies and patients… Continue reading What a month