My condition will be metabolic/mitochondrial, myasthenic or could be a rare form of dysautonomia (not POTS). They will cover all bases and check for disorders of all three, and will do everything they can to find out what and why. There were lots of things flagged up today, a lot of issues poured over, and it was very positive. I feel very happy that things are being looked into and we could potentially come away with a reason for why I am like I am. In fact, Dr Quinlivan wonders whether I even have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome at all. Hypermobility and other symptoms of EDS can be very common in certain neuromuscular disorders, hence it is easy for the latter to be diagnosed as EDS when it isn’t. Or I could have EDS as well as a neuromuscular/metabolic/mitochondrial/myasthenic condition. We won’t really know, but Dr Quinlivan will do everything she can to find out what’s going on and why. All we know is that my condition is not explained by EDS, my complications don’t fit, I have a degenerative conditions which EDS isn’t, and I am life-limited, which also EDS is not (outside vascular EDS). It may explain why I have autonomic issues outside the definition of POTS (which tends to be labelled Autonomic Neuropathy on my notes alongside POTS), Chronic Intestinal Pseudo Obstruction (as well as dysphagia and silent reflux) which has lead to complete, irreversible intestinal failure, bladder failure, metabolic issues, restrictive lung disease, progressive muscle atrophy, eye muscles problems, some completely undeveloped muscles, deformities, Kyphoscoliosis, Osteoporosis, neurological problems and so on, why I was affected right from birth with signs of this neuromuscular issue and why I am like I am.