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How to get the treatment for blood pressure and chin ache ?

hI I AM 28 AND CURRENTLY HAVE BEEN TOLD I HAVE A HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE ON THE STRESS LEVELS AND WAS SUFFERING FROM TENSION HEADACHES AND NECK AND SHOULDER PAIN BECAUSE OF IT, BUT I HAVE ALSO BEEN GETTING JAW AND UNDER CHIN ACHE OCCASIONALLY. WOULD THIS BE RELATED? I HAVE RECENTLY BEGAN TO START EXCERCISING A BIT MORE OFTEN AND THE TENSION AND NECK ACHES SEEM TO HAVE SUBSIDED SLIGHTLY BUT THE JAW ACHEAND UNDER CHIN HASN T REALY WHAT WOULD YOU RECCOMEND I COULD TAKE TO HELP THE BLOOD PRESSURE AND ACHES. IM NOT OVERWEIGHT EITHER AND ABOUT 5 4
Asked On : Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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hi liz ,
as per the symptoms you have said 1.muscle pain and 2.high blood pressure, when these two are the symptoms are together it can be lead poisoning or may be due to excessive stress (physical or mental). other problems may be lupus, systemic scleroderma so please consult a general physician soon and get a proper diagnosis and get well soon. take care.
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