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Taking medicine for HBP. Getting tingling sensation, heart palpitation and lightheaded. Any ideas?

Hi I am a male age 32, 215 pounds. 2 year history of night blood pressure average about 200/120. Taking several Bp meds already. Tonight my left arm and left leg along with head seam to have a tingling almost electric shock type peeling and heart paplpations with diseases for a good 5 minutes. Now every few minutes I feel my heart beat with a surge thru my body with slight light hediness
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
thank you.
you have tried several drugs but poor response.
at relatively young age with uncontrolled hypertension may have some secondary causes.
more common are hypo or hyperthyroidism,cushing syndrome,acromegaly,pheochromocytoma,bilateral renal artery stenosis,familial hyperlipidemia etc.
so,these should be considered & some investigations need to be done related to clinical features.
all of your clinical features are due to HTN & its complications.
consult a internal medicine specialist.
Answered: Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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