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Where can I get assessed in California for Dysautonomia?

I have been struggling for 2 years with the following symptoms: feeling lightheaded, loss of vision, shortness of breath, headaches, nausea, insomnia, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and shakiness. These symptoms occur mostly when I exercise, if I stand too long, stand up too fast, if it is very hot, or if I don't drink enough water. No doctor has been able to figure out what is wrong with me and most say I just have anxiety or that it is all in my head. I am wondering if anyone has been diagnosed with Dysautonomia in California or knows anywhere that I can go to be assessed? If there is nothing in California I am willing to go our of state. I just want to figure out what is happening to me.
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My neurologist referred me just yesterday to the Autonomic Disorders Clinic, Stanford Neuroscience Health Center, 213 Quarry Road, Palo Alto CA 94304, (650) 723-6469.
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