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Dizziness, sore breasts. Had high BP and headache after taking Noriday. What should I do?

Hi I have just stopped taking noriday as I had high blood pressure and got really bad headaches . I was told to take a pregnancy test and I have taking a few. Now I feel dizzy sick always tired and very very sore breasts. What shoulda I do. Im rarely not well I work fulltime and want to know how long this will last. Please help xx
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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I had gone through your query.

Hypertension is the commonest cause of headache.

Good control in blood pressure can reduce headache.

So take physician consultation for blood pressure.

Investigation like fundus examination and CT scan will helpful to find any underlying cause in brain.

Feeling tires and dizzy can be part of somatic component.

Mild dose antidepressant or try cyclic antidepressant like amitryptiline can be useful.

Take your doctors advise before taking any medicines.

Thank you.

Feel free to ask.

Get well soon.

Answered: Fri, 31 Oct 2014
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