i have extreamly high blood pressure but the doctors cant give me anything for it because i am also bradycardic (slow heart rate) after reading about hepertesntion and how its treated i find that blood pressure is controled by changing cardiac output. if this is true than how can i be bradycardic but still have extreamly high blood pressure? my numbers are heartrate 47-54 and b.p. is
158/90 to 235/94 i get long pauses in my heart rate wile falling asleep and lots of pvc's wile awake. not sure if that means anything. im just relly confused. based on what i read about these issues im gathering that its clinicly impossible to have numbers like this. im just curious if sombody could clearify these numbers for me so i can stop being confused. thanx!!
oh the blood pressure is also postural. thare is a severe increas in blood pressure upon standing. the lnger i stay on my feet the higher it gets. i was diagnosed with having postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome a year ago i have ben bed riddin for about the same amount of time. im no longer tachycardic but i still have orthostatic intolerance. not sue to hypotention either. posibly a vasovagal related intolerance.