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She suggested we find somewhere to talk if I felt up to it and reassured me she wasn’t upset our plans had changed. My doctors prescribed half a dozen medications and told me to increase my salt and water intake. I struggled for years, before I was referred to specialists at Cleveland Clinic when I was nearly 25.
I don’t know which was a bigger adjustment—learning I had POTS or realizing I was bisexual.Each changed how I viewed myself and how others saw me.I was no longer just Kelley and never would be again. These two major realizations in a short amount of time altered the way I approached dating.Many nights I complained to my best friend about how frustrated I was.I commiserated with fellow people with chronic illnesses on the Internet, seeking dating tips.
Kaylyn needed to see firsthand what it’s like to date someone with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).