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That's a normal blood pressure for ANY man.
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Hi If your taken supplements then just google what your taken, then you should find the one that's giving you these problems.Good Luck
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Get your own blood pressure machine, either a manual one or a high-tech, electronic one. Take your OWN blood pressure and keep a careful log...
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PMS often includes both physical and emotional symptoms,such as tension, irritability, mood swings, or crying spells,anxiety stress or depression...
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yes pain can def. cause a rise in blood pressure.  I was told by my RA docs nurse that the more pain will cause more stress that leads to a...
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Not really. Xanax is an anti-anxiety agent. With that said, if part of the reason your blood pressure is elevated is because of anxiety, then it...
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It would not be prudent to increase your dosage of ANY blood pressure medication without the expressed "okay" from your medical provider...
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AFIB may cause those symptoms  it is when the two upper chambers of your heart go out of rhythm and blood is not circulated right and...
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Significant errors? Probably not, but the standard of care for taking a blood pressure indicates that the stethoscope have skin-to-skin contact. It...
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First I am not a dr. However, I am someone who blacks out frequently. On more that one occassion medical professionals have indicated that my...
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Start with a gastroenterologist. In many cases, this can be "fixed" with a combination of medications and even surgery.
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That really depends on the type of blood pressure medication. For instance, if you took a diuretic at bed time, you would be peeing all night. ...
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I guess I don't get why a diastolic (the BOTTOM number) of 70-90 is considered "high"? "Normal BP" USED to be 120/80 (I know...
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try this site it has a PDF that your child's height and weight goes on and then you figure out their normal BP http://www.nhlbi.nih...
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No matter how much you take care of yourself, eat healthy and exercise regularly, there are still some health problems that may occur without you...
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