Low blood volume

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Low blood volume is a commonly found sign of ME/CFS and POTS.

Low blood volume may be attributed to reduced manufacture of antidiuretic hormone (ADH). Some researchers link the lack of production to deconditioning, due to the fact that decreased ADH correlates to increased severity of symptoms. However, this does not necessarily indicate the 'third cause' is deconditioning. Many moderately active patients suffer from low blood volume and accompanying orthostatic intolerance.

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