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My eyes are bulging with pressure and i have dizziness and random heart beat

i thought i had high blood pressure so i went to the doctor , he tested my blood pressure and said it was ok. He didnt give me a 24 hr thingy so im still worried, its been about 2 months since i went. My mum and her mum and so on have had it also i looked up some signs and this is what i have, ringing in my ears , it feels like my eyes are bulging with pressure when i bend over after working out, dizzyness when i stand up and also it fells like my heart gets faster randomly then it makes me have to sit down oh ye and i also see silvery sparkles tht are not there
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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The 24 hour thing is a halter monitor which monitors the activity of the heart and records it. It does not record blood pressure. High blood pressure typically has no symptoms. The link provided will give you some information on blood pressure. If you take it yourself, it's very important how you go about it.
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