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... :angel: Have they checked out your potassium levels. I have been out of work since December. I was dehydrated, with very low potassium levels, which can make you feel that way, with blurry vision, tremors, muscle cramps. I'm 44 . Don't feel foolish, your body is responding to something. (10 replies)
... Did u have blood pressure problems before these events? ... (10 replies)
... Well I have been some kind of attacks for a few weeks now. I have missed 2 weeks of work. My blood pressure spikes and heart rate evne though Im on 100mg atenelol. 50 morning 50 night. My doctor says its anxiety and wants me to take 20mg of prozac. ... (10 replies)

... I have had problems with reactive hypglycemia in the past. It is essentially what you have experienced. You eat something with high carbs and your blood sugar goes extra high and then your body responds by secreting extra insulin, and then your blood sugar goes lower than normal. ... (23 replies)
... es, so he increased my dosage to twice a day to help with the symptoms. I felt better within an hour of increasing the dose, but that didn't last. I checked my blood pressure with a home machine because of the increase in beta blocker and found my blood pressure was elevated off and on throughout the day. ... (23 replies)
... Here are several but not all possible causes of sudden blood pressure spikes. You should discuss your blood pressure fluctuations with your doctor since you experience them frequently. Thyroid problems would not have been a likely cause for your blood pressure elevations. ... (5 replies)
... Yours is accompanied by a blood pressure spike. Any one of the following could be the responsible. ... (9 replies)
... Two years ago I started having spikes in my blood pressure that would occur at night, about 2 or 3 hours after I went to sleep. I would wake up feeling horrible. ... (2 replies)
... My 85 yr. old mother has had high blood pressure for over 2 years. ... (0 replies)
... he tests for pheochromocytoma, and am expecting them to come back negative after reading your post. I have been to the ER twice, have ruled out heart attack with blood tests and a the nuclear stress test and I passed with flying colors. I 've worn the heart monitor twice and of course nothing happened while it was on. ... (23 replies)
... is a real doll. She highly recommended that I go down south to a tertiary care center. She said that she has known of many woman who are just coming down with thyroid problems who have similar problems with normal or confusing lab results. ... (23 replies)
... Your adrenal problem is interesting to me, as I too thought I was having adrenal problems once and went to dr. to discover that my low thyroid was causing the problem. I'm sure you've had yours check. ... (23 replies)
... Doctor returned call and said that the reading wasn't that high and to take a xanax. Wife complied and pressure later abated. ... (14 replies)
... blockade is usually used temporarily for hyperthyroid until they get to root of the problem and start addressing the thyroid malfunction directly. ... (10 replies)
... An overactive thyroid will play havoc with your BP. ... (10 replies)
... Well, I've had tests for thyroid and blood sugar. Everythings looks good. Back to the drawing boad. On a good note, I haven't had spikes in the blood pressure for a couple of weeks. I'm not sure why or why not, no big change in my routine. The one thing I've learned is our bodies are very complex. ... (15 replies)
... Thanks for all of the replies. Good to know I'm the not the only person under 30 with high blood pressure. ... (15 replies)
... year old male with moderate high blood pressure. ... (15 replies)
... My 86 mom has HBP, low thyroid hormone, mild depression and high cholesteral. ... (6 replies)
... I agree with edelweiss. Many of us eperience bp spikes we are not even aware of. Stressing over when the next one might occur will not help. Many blood pressure spikes go completely unnoticed, because in most people there are no symptoms of elevated blood pressure. ... (9 replies)


Associated Tags: cholesteral, elderly, high blood pressure spikes, hyperthyroidism, paroxysmal hypertension, pheochromocytoma, pseudopheochromocytoma, sleeplessness, thyroid

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