My POTS has been fine lately. Other than the time I ran out of my Atenolol for a couple of days, no complaints. I decided to try and see if maybe I didn't need it. Turns out I do. The Atenolol, combined with my compression tights and a diet that contains fruits and veggies as opposed to the bread and cheese I was living on.
I'm in North Carolina at the moment. I moved out of Pittsburgh once and for all on May 24th, driving though Virginia and staying overnight with a friend. I'm moving to Denver in a week to begin my MSW studies at the University of Denver. My mom, best friend, and I are driving out via I-40 through Knoxville, Nashville (stay the night), Memphis, Little Rock, Oklahoma City (stay the night), Amarillo, Albuquerque, Santa Fe (stay the night), Colorado Springs and into Denver, arriving on the 14th. Hopefully I'll nail an apartment soon after. The way the rental market in Denver is looking based on Craig's List ads, they're pretty desperate for tenants.
I'm wondering how my POTS is going to react to the elevation. I'm also going to have to go through the heinous process of finding a doctor who knows what I'm talking about.