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Hypertensive, tiredness, stressed, pain in the left side of chest, back pain. Reason?

Dear Doctor, I am about 41 year old women (unmarried), sufferiing from Hypertention 140sys-100dis since 2-3 years. I have been revelol 25H but not regularly as my Hypertention flactuates, but now a days feeling very much tired after going home from job. I walk daily 1/2 an hour twice in a day but still feels very stressed in the evenings and moreover sometimes I feel severe pain in left side and in back also. what should be the reason for this pain.
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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welcome to health care magic

First of all, take regular medication for hypertension as fluctuations in BP can present as these kind of symptoms.
Get yourself checked from a general physician for left side pain (Investigations like ECG etc).
If all investigations are normal, consult a psychiatrist as you might be having underlying anxiety/depression.

Good luck

Answered: Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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