I have a Cardiologist in London , Dr Swanton has ruled out heart problem
I have a haematologist at St Helier.who did a bone marrow test and diagnosed Myelodysplasia (refractory Cytopenia with Multilinear Dysplasia but this seems to be only a symptom of Mitochondrial Failure. It ticks all the boxes.
my need is to get my standing blood pressure higher. Lying down it is ok at 120/70
No, What is a tilt table test ?
As I understand it my Myeloplasia is when I am producing body cells ok but they are not maturing. , but exactly why they are not maturing is not explained. Dr Myhill in her Paper available on Google suggests that this is caused by the slow production of ATP, the energy source for all cells,and that it is called Chronic Fatigue Syndrom or Mitochondrial Failure. It would be nice to think I dont have this but could you please let me know why you think it does not apply to me.
Also I have looked up the `Tilt Table Test`. I already know that my blood pressure falls from 120/70 at 75bpm to an excessive 60/35 at 116 bpm when I stand , Does the TTT give any other info that might suggest a specific way to cure it ?