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BP Spiked
Feb 24, 2017
... nd day on the 2 meds and my BP this AM was 145 over 103, so it is lowering. ... (6 replies)
... There aren't enough medications to counteract the harm that you are doing to your own body and metabolism. Being overweight puts you at great risk for being Insulin Resistant (ref: Metabolic Syndrome). Smoking introduces over 100 different, possibly harmful chemicals into your metabolism. Not exercising? :nono: Plus... if I drank 4-5 cans of Iced Coffee daily, I would be... (6 replies)
... maglib, I am sorry that your son is faced with health issues. I'm sure it is not only stressful for him, but also for your entire family. If your untiring determination to help him was medication, he would have been cured by now! I had difficult to treat, chronically high blood pressure. I also had Heart Failure. As I got progressively worse, and was very sickly, I knew if... (14 replies)

... I've been dealing with high BP readings for a couple of years, but haven't started treatment. I'm 41 and at an appropriate weight. ... (5 replies)
... she would still hopefully prescribe lifestyle mods and consistent monitoring of BP over a few months and then see what happens. ... (6 replies)
... right now. But because I have whitecoat, he's having me do a 24hr ABPM next, to see what my true BP is. ... (6 replies)
... My 86 mom has HBP, low thyroid hormone, mild depression and high cholesteral. ... (6 replies)
... A wonderful Beta Blocker, which lowers BP and has other amazing health benefits. ... (21 replies)
... I had a baby in November. My BP was normal throughout the entire pregnancy. ... (5 replies)
... before she left. Ate lots of both for lunch and dinner Friday. Took my BP Sat. ... (8 replies)
... So, a retrospective on taking my BP for 1/2 year: Home readings: Systolic Diastolic Hypertensive 156-160 1 90-95 4 150-155 2 146-149 5 140-145 6 Prehypertensive 136-139 10 86-89 1 130-135 17 ... (19 replies)
... when it kept running high, I freaked out. So, the doctor said as long as the top number was under 160 and the bottom number was under 100, I would be ok. That really struck me as odd....but he said to check it for a couple of weeks and go back. ... (0 replies)
... dandy BP tester to the gym. I worked out on the elliptical trainer...for those who don't know it it's a non impact machine halfway between a treadmill and a stairmaster. ... (3 replies)
... ill be medicated. And, it looks like your doctor selected a logical single drug to start you off on. Also, I wouldn't necessarily attribute an increase in your BP in the afternoon to being caused by the drug. ... (3 replies)
... She said since it's been high for at least 3 different visits in her office, that she wanted to start me on bp meds. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for your quick reply, appreciate it! my BP was 160/86 at Doc's office.(1st time visit) she said that was too high and put me on these 2 meds. at the time I didn't really know anything about HPB so went along with it........... I have always had high reading at Doc's office. Other Docs since have "muttered" about being put on these so quick with only a couple of... (8 replies)
... Hi There! I have been on medication for high bp for 18 years- since first pregnancy. I currently take 25mg atenolol in morning and night, 25mg hctz in morning and 10mg lisinopril in the morning. my bp has always been between 135/85 - 160/116. Yesterday I noticed that I kept getting dizzy and almost fainting, so I checked my bp. all day it was running between 100/65 for... (2 replies)
... Doctor wants me to monitor bp for a while. I am extremely anxious and probably should be on a medication for that itself. I have health anxiety also. ... (15 replies)
... but never paid much attention to it as i did not no if it was high or low im 34 5.7 and 160 pounds . ... (6 replies)
... or something. The Dr said that BP fluctuates all the time and they are not worried if your readings come down to normal levels so she wasn't concerned. ... (10 replies)

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