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High BP, dizziness and wobbly gait - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   i feel just a little bit shakey. blood pressure okay. 140 ish over 90 ish. taking Bisopolol. A little Nevous feeling and maybe a little off balance....not much. did eply manuever this am and that may have helped. A little tenderness in below the right ear down towards back of jaw.
User :   blood sugar okay mid 90's
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am Dr. xxxxx
User :   weight 230. so slightly overweight.
User :   how are you today?
User :   Beautiful day here
Doctor :   I am good thanks
User :   decent shape and walk fairly regularly.
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Why are you worried now?
Doctor :   Can you describe about shakiness?
User :   Just more prevalant in last few days
User :   very little shakey. kind of like having a low blood sugar type of shake
Doctor :   What is your age?
Doctor :   Did you have similar kind of feeling earlier?
User :   neck is tired at base of skull and a little sore. could have been plunging into pool that made it tender
User :   41 yers old
User :   not as much earlier. just felt like a weaker neck that was making me a little wobbly
Doctor :   When was high bloodpressure detected?
Doctor :   Do you have pain at the neck?
Doctor :   Does it pass into your hands?
User :   took Bisorolol for middle blood pressure and to control rythm of an occasional skipped heart beat
User :   no pain in hands
Doctor :   wwere these medicines prescribed?
User :   very little in neck (back of) just when looking left or right
User :   yes by local physician in tucson
Doctor :   So when did you check for BP and sugar today?
Doctor :   during the episode?
User :   this am about hour after breakfast of cereal and fruit 109
Doctor :   Did you go for a walk / exercise today?
User :   no shake sensation really begins later in the morning
User :   no walk yet today. usually in evening
User :   eating less lately in attempt to shed the remaing 30 lbs
Doctor :   Do you have chest discomfort or increased feeling if you walk or do your routine work?
User :   none at all. walking probably improves it or makes it disappear for a period of time
User :   have had issues with benign try the eply manuevers
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Yes very good reason
Doctor :   140/90 is not dangerous but can cause these feeling
User :   a little added stress with business partners losing jobs in last two weeks. kids have all had respiratory stuff
User :   Ok
Doctor :   Actually you have to pursue consultations with yoru treating Doctor more frequently
Doctor :   The target should be less than 120/80 mm Hg
User :   correct
Doctor :   It may take another drug to bring down
User :   okay
Doctor :   You should not relax till the time the BP reduces below 120/80 then your goal is acheived
User :   staying away from the extra salt intake in last three weeks
Doctor :   I hope you are having low sodium diet and salt
User :   reducing the cafeene via diet cokes
Doctor :   Potassium is goo
Doctor :   Ok
User :   Thank you. any added thoughts
Doctor :   If these continue you should consider a consult with ENT
Doctor :   Otherwise that is fine
Doctor :   A 10% reduction in weight shall control BP by 10%
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