Hello and welcome,
Thank you for your query.
At first let us talk about any patient diagnosed with hypertension
. All such patients can have fluctuations in blood pressure despite being on regular medication to control the same. This could be as a result of changes in lifestyle, stress
, diet, lack of exercise, etc. Such fluctuations are normal, although they should be brought to the notice of the treating physician, so he/she can monitor them and accordingly advise.
Next, the general population experiences symptoms similar to the description you have mentioned above. This could be caused due to the following reasons:
or a developing stomach infection
-Gas trouble (in simple terms)
-There could be palpitations (which can be caused due to an increase in BP, due to any of the above mentioned symptoms, or even others)
-There could also be a heart ailment, which might require a thorough check-up
Although your father might rule it out as something minor, it is best to take him to a doctor to ensure proper care and management, and to rule out the worst for a long and healthy life.
I hope I have succeeded in answering your questions, you could write back to us anytime for further clarifications.