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High blood pressure can be essential hypertension or secondary to other diseases like renal diseases or hyperthyroidism etc..
Mild to moderate hypertension is mostly asymptomatic.. while accelerated hypertension presents with headache, vision disturbances, drowsiness and confusion..
Secondary hypertension presents with the concerned symptoms of the underlying body system involved.
What are the symptoms of malaria
Intermittent, high grade fever associated with intermittent chills and shivering is the classical descriptionof malaria. That being most cases are identified by testing blood samples for malarial parasite.
What are the symptoms for sugar
Hi and thanks for posting on HCM.
By sugar I suppose you mean diabetes. This manifests as excessive thirst and drinking, excessive urination and weight loss. These are the principal signs.
Do fasting blood sugar if you are concerned or have the above symptoms.
Hope this answers your query. I wish you well.
Dr. Ditah, MD