My daughter has been diagnosed with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.
A Cardiologist talked about useing Midodrine and then prescribed Toporol in a low dose. This is a beta blocker and from what I understand also has a diuretic component to it. I am concerned with this choice of meds as we were told at Mayo Clinic that she needed to increase fluid intake and add salt to her diet to help retain fluids. Her blood pressure also drops when she has an episode and this med is used for hypertention. Do you have any information on meds used for this condition and their effectiveness.