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when to the emergency dr. They said I had a fever and my blood pressre was high. the doctor could find nothing wrong. I was shocked I had a slight headache but was feeling fine. I received a tylenol for the headache and was told to follow up with...
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Commonest symptom of high bloodpressure is headache. Associated symptoms can be not feeling well , fatigued and a bit disoriented. Also can have giddiness, noise in ears. Better to get bloodpressure measured and further tests as advised by Physician
What are signs of high bloodpressure?
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
It depends upon the value of bloodpressure .
Mild bloodpressure e.g. 140 / 85 mm of Hg at the age of 42 , usually don't develop any symptoms.
If Bloodpressure very high 150 /100 mm of Hg may cause dizziness, heaviness in epigastrium, bleeding / nose , palpitation , headache , heaviness behind eyes.
So , when feel high B P , consult doctor.Dr.HET
Does high bloodpressure cause fatigue?
No, high bloodpressure does not tend to cause fatigue. However, some of the treatments for high bloodpressure can cause fatigue. High bloodpressure tends not to cause any symptoms in most people.
Dr K A Pottinger
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