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High Blood Pressure

Also called: Hypertension

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you probably are sick ask your dr. as you arn't going to get a answere here. i have tried ten times and no luck
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i have high blood pressure, when it is up i feel tired, i get mad easy. i think in some people it does cause mood changes
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coffee or soda can cause the flutter, to much caffeine will cause this.
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Many of the symptoms you describe are vague and could be due to a number of things including Provera. Some of the common side effects of this...
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Well, those lab results are a little high. Keyword: little. They're not off the charts, by any means.The normal reference range for BUN (blood...
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I would strongly suggest you consult your primary health care provider before you start taking Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) with a blood pressure medication...
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My best answer is: You should not discontinue simvastatin without consulting your physician.A stress test alone cannot tell you there is "no...
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i had some of the same symptoms was told it was stress was started on a beta blocker called atenolol chest discomfort went away pounding in chest...
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I would wait about ten minutes, then it should be just fine.  Just be sure to stop immediately if you start feeling light headed or dizzy. ...
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A BP of 165/95 is still too high and it puts you at risk. While some people can tolerate higher pressures than others, that does not make it...
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Caffeine can increase the blood pressure, but the effect usually only lasts for a short time. Experts have yet to make a strong link between caffeine...
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Stress is the link between high blood pressure and high blood sugar levels.  Both acute and chronic stress can trigger high blood pressure and...
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Absolutely...I take meds for RA, which raise my BP, along with BP meds, which make it important to check my BP daily. If it gets too high...
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Symptoms like chest pain that come on during walking or other exertion can be a sign of heart disease.  I recommend that you call your doctor...
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