What causes persistent vomiting, high BP and nausea?
The rest of my medications are ability metformin cytomel synthroid trileptal demadex Lipitor
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Your blood pressure values are really high and it may be a cause of hemorrhage (nose bleeding, intracranial, ear bleeding) if not controlled.
That is why it is necessary making some changes to your actual antihypertensive therapy. A calcium channel blocker like amlodipine 5-10mg daily would be really helpful to control your blood pressure better.
Regarding nausea, did you make any therapy change in January? Nausea can be an adverse effect of many drugs, including atacand, metformine, lipitor.
From the other hand it is known that zofran is very helpful with nausea, but can lead to increased anxiety and thus tachycardia with skipped heart beats.
If you have made from January any increase in the dose of atacand, lipitor, metformine or added one of these drugs, nausea could be considered an adverse effect of these drugs.
In such case stopping that drug would help release you from nausea.
From the other hand, if no cause of nausea is found and all your blood tests result normal, you may consider adding a beta blocker (atenolol) to your actual therapy, which will help you control palpitations and also contribute in the further lowering of your blood pressure.
You should discuss with your doctor on the above issues.
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