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Headache, nose bleeds, tingling in face. Taking blood pressure medication. History of fibromyalgia. Treatment?

I woke up the last three morning with a slight headache and on the first morning I had a little nose bleed that didnt last long. I noticed during the day the headache would subside, but once I took my HBP medicine I d get a headache with a burning sensation and numbness and tingling in my face and hands. I haven t taken my medicine today but I noticed the headache with the tingling again.I took my pressure about 30 mins. ago and it was 128/98. Should I take my medicine and see if the headache stops? Also. I was also diagnosed with fibromyalgia 7 yrs. ago.
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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hi. first of all you being a hypertensive patient, complaining of continuous headache and nose bleeds, you need to get your blood pressure monitored for few days. Make a note of it on a piece of paper if u have a digital bp measuring device. It's possible that these symptoms can be occurring due to high and uncontrolled blood pressure.your bp medications will have to be reviewed. if the symptoms still persist radiological investigations have to be done.
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