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Low heart rate and high BP after tooth removal. Have RBBB and COPD. Need immediate medical attention?

recently I have had all of my teeth pulled ( 2 weeks ago) I have been feeling flushed, low heart rate and high blood pressure, I feel as tho my body is shrinking kind of like when you have had your hand in hot water for a period of time it begins to feel as though it is shrinking, I feel faint as well. I know I have RBBB , and copd , what could be causing me to feel this way and should I seek Medical attention immediately?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

It could be the side effect of drugs - like electrolyte disorder.
It could be Reactive Depression

You must seek Medical attention soon - especially when the pressure is high and the rate is slow

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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