Many people in the POTS community have experienced medical trauma as a patient, caregiver, or sibling. Gaslighting, invasive procedures, and the chronicity of the illness can all contribute. How can you protect yourself from this trauma or deal with it if trauma occurs? Join Dr. Gorman-Ezell in this episode to find out!
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