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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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How can headaches and palpitations be treated?

I am 53 yeats old weight 120 pounds eat healthy and exercise vigorously 5 days a week—�my blood pressure has always been in the 110-124 over 75-85 range—�-I suffer from chronic headaches and see a headache specialist—�I qualified for Botox for migraines but I still get headaches—�I take either naproxen or exceeding and how found my blood pressure goes way up when I take these—�if I go a couple days without a headache which is not that often and don’t have to take exceeding or naproxen my blood pressure is good—�do you recommend I go on blood pressure meds? I’m really health conscience so this Is bugging me—�- today at lunch my school nurse took my BO. It was 110/80 then I developed a headache took meds and now it’s 137/92, I can feel my heart beating from the exceedingly—�please advise
Wed, 8 Aug 2018
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Hello and Welcome to ‘Ask A Doctor’ service. I have reviewed your query and here is my advice.

There are vivid reasons for chronic headache as vascular, neurologic conditions or others apart from high BP (which is not evident in your case).

Palpitations sound to be more of stress, anxiety related rather than cardiac issue (though a clean sheet from a cardiologist is mandatory for confirmation).

I recommend to take an MRI brain for further proceedings.

Would like to assist in future anytime.

Thank you.
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