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Severe headaches, nausea, weakness, dizziness. History of high BP, pre-eclampsia during pregnancy. Causes for symptoms?

good morning, my name is xxxxxx. for the past couple days I have had horrible headaches that are not alleviated by any medicine. in 2010 I was told I had preeclampsia while pregnant with my daughter, she was born early & after that they diagnosed me with hypertension . I was thinking it was my bp making me feel this way but I checked it this morning & it was fine...but also this morning I started feeling weak dizzy and nauseous..i have no idea what this could be. please help
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM. Hypertension may cause you to feel dizzy and weak. You should get clinically assessed to diagnose the type of hypertension from which you are most likely suffering. You may need medicines to help yourself stay comfortable.

Neglected hypertensive patients may get prone to heart ailments like coronary artery disease, kidney disorders, etc later in life. Eat home made food and avoid taking extra salt. Drink plenty of water.

You may need diuretics, calcium channel blockers, beta blockers, angiotension converting enzyme inhibitors, etc depending upon the severity of your condition diagnosed. Change your lifestyle, take care.
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