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High blood pressure is sometimes called the "silent killer" because it usually has no warning signs or symptoms. Many people do not know that they...
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Uncomplicated high blood pressure usually occurs without any symptoms (silently) and so hypertension has been labeled "the silent killer."...
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Most people with high blood pressure have no symptoms. The only way to know whether a person's blood pressure is high is to have a health...
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High blood pressure (HBP) itself usually has no signs or symptoms. Rarely, headaches may occur.You can have HBP for years without knowing it. During...
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The onset of portal hypertension may not always be associated with specific symptoms that identify what is happening in the liver. But if you have...
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High blood pressure is often referred to as the "silent killer" because most people with high blood pressure don't have symptoms. They only know if...
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Most people with high blood pressure have no symptoms. The only way to know whether your blood pressure is high is to have a health professional...
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Unfortunately, most causes of portal hypertension cannot be treated. Instead, treatment focuses on preventing or managing the complications...
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Mesenteric artery stenosis sounds like a specific condition, but really the term just refers to the narrowing of a particular major artery in the...
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High blood pressure often doesn't have any symptoms, so you usually don't feel it. For that reason, hypertension is usually diagnosed by a health...
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If you have high blood pressure it is usually advised that you avoid cold medicines that contain a decongestant like pseudoephedrine or phenylephrine...
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Yes, there are non-prescription drugs that can be used safely if you have high blood pressure.A common problem with these drugs is that they may...
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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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To answer your question, I really would need to know more specific information about which medications you are referring to. In general, people with...