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Hi I think by reading this link from WebMD you see its the reverse effect on blood.But your find if you do start taken it after some time it stops...
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You may be correct in suspecting paxil. With that said, my suggestion is to stop all medications and obtain instuctions from your prescribing...
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There really is no one organ that controls blood pressure. Blood pressure is controlled through how much blood goes through your heart and a delicate...
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Well, without knowing any other information about your mother's overall health, I can say that sounds like a wonderful blood pressure level for...
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The best plan is for you to see the Primary Care Doctor. That person can complete your physical,assess your blood pressure concerns, possibly start...
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It is a positive preventive measure to regularly check your blood pressure. You may follow the doctor’s advice on when and how often to measure...
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Hi Your not that far over the top, there are lots of ways of bringing it down even before you think of statins, these you don't really want to...
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Hi, But regarding your variant systolic (upper) value your blood pressure is rather: NormalGood Luck
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Hi Just for help, and to help you, what is your blood pressure?Just come back through answer this, above. 
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I'm wondering if you're confusing blood pressure reading with heart rate. Your numbers sound normal to me (recently retired ER nurse of 28...
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It is a good idea to monitor your blood pressure on a regular basis. The readings are most meaningful when recorded in a journal...
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Hi It helps if you have HBP in lowering blood pressure, have a look at this link, well worth a read.The Link, http://www.nlm.nih...
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Hi This is some info I found for you from the web. DRUG INTERACTIONS: Combining amlodipine with sildenafil (Viagra) and similar drugs used for...
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I don't suspect syncope either. Your pulse rate was within normal limits and your blood pressure was somewhat elevated. With syncope the...
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Without knowing with blood pressure readings, age, and medications taken, it is a challenge to pinpoint why your blood pressure numbers remain on the...
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