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 What could heart palpatations signify?
I'm 25 weeks pregnant, and all the pregnancy books I've read say that heart palpatations are not good during pregnancy, and to call your doctor if you experience them. Ive been having ...


 Why is my heart rate not slowing down so i can sleep?
when i lay down to sleep i can feel my heart beating. it isnt racing but it isnt slowing down to rest either. my usual heart rate runs about 65-75 daily. at night my heartrate has been about 75 and ...


 What is angioplasty, and angiogram - is there a difference in the two?
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 Has anyone had a left-sided stroke with left sided paralysis?
I am 39 years old. I had a stroke in December of 2006. Doctors told me I had a left sided stroke. Everything that I have read tells me that a left sided stroke causes right sided paralysis. I had ...


 Blood pressure-what is normal and what is too high?
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i'm 29 and 5 1/2 months pregnant...and overweight..my blood pressure has never been high before but it was 140/90 and they put me on a low dosage of high ...


 The right side of my head feels numb?
so i've had this kinda weird feeling like you know when your leg or hand goes to sleep on the right side of my head and face everything works fine it just feels weird this started happening ...


 How to loose weight having diabetes and heart problems?
my dad has diabetes and his heart's arteries are clogging slowly. he has had one stent put in before and now another artery is getting clogged slowly. the doctors said they cant fix the clog ...


 Motley Crue breaks into my room and plays "kickstart my heart" every morning.?
Every morning around 4:30 a.m. this happens. I changed the locks on my doors and they still get inside. It was cool the first 10 times it happened but it's really starting to affect my social ...


 Is anyone here aware of other websites than www.sostechnologies.com for CPR classes or CPR Training?
Cardiopulmonary R...


 Can you be having a heart attack if you have low blood pressure?
I am a 22 year old overweight male that takes 2o mg lisinopril and 120mg of cardizem for high blood pressure and high pulse. I just checked my bp and it was 100/70 and my pulse was 80. Mine usually ...


 What can I expect if I have heart failure?
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 How can i increase my blood pressure??
i have a friend that has to increase their blood pressure. drinking water wont help cuz thats the REASON why my friend has low blood pressure. and salt isnt good either. what else would help and my ...


 Is 120//74 a normal blood pressure...
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 What foodcan help lower blood pressure?
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 What does it mean when your heart beat soo fast?
When I run for some time, my heart starts beating soo fast. Then it stops after about 30 seconds to one minute.

I play soccer.
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It doesn't beat normally....


 Are there any dangers to using a CPAP machine on a regular basis once diagnosed with Sleep Apnea?
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 What can i take that's over the counter for high blood pressure and high cholesterol in a pill form?
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 I read that Banana lowers blood pressure, how many pieces do ypu require per day.?
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 Does alcohol affect heart rate, blood pressure, and temperature when consumed?
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 Hey! I have a few questions concerning HEART ATTACKS?
1) Can an 18 year old have a heart attack?
2) What is the chance of someone dying from a heart attack?
3) Is getting a heart attack stress-related? genetic? ......???

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gloria w
What will happen when you just stop taking medication for high blood pressure?
A friend of minds threw away all of his medication in June 2007 for high pressue and high cholestoral, because he said it made him tired. He says he feels much better without the medication.I am on medication also, but I still continue to take mines. I am afraid to stop taking mines.
                     





BooChan
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Your friend's blood pressure will go high along with his cholesterol. Which puts him at a significant risk for a stroke. Bad news........They don't call high blood pressure the "silent killer" for nothing.


jd ma
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DO NOT STOP TAKING BP MEDS WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR DOCTOR! My brother was on BP meds for a few years. He decided (on his own) to stop taking them because he had lost about 50 lbs. and thought he had it under control. He had a massive stroke and died on New Year's Eve. He was only 38.


TKS
He may be doing damage to his vessels and heart that he can't feel. It just depends on how elevated his BP was to begin with. It will probably catch up with him later.


crknapp79
Blood pressure meds will make you tired, most of them are beta-blockers (what I'm on), they slow down your heart i.e. cause you to feel tired. However, the very bad thing about high blood pressure is you could have it your whole life and not know it until you drop dead of a heart attack, which is what's going to happen to your friend. As far as the cholesterol meds, I refused mine. Cholesterol meds can cause liver damage, I see not point in killing one vital organ to save another.


mmicu1
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Hi,

I would suggest that instead of getting of them, just switch them. I know that they have horrible side effects. Have you thought of getting natural supplements for that. I know this company that carries them and believe me they don't have side effects. Please contact me for more information, you won't regret it. I'm just helping somebody else get them as well.


Bufford M
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It really depends on the medication. If you stop a diuretic nothing will happen very quickly, though you may gradually resume being hypertensive. Other medications, however, such as beta blockers, can have quite dramatic effects if stopped abruptly. In people with coronary vessel disease as well as hypertension, abruptly stopping beta blockers, as well as some others can precipitate chest pain (angina) and more rarely actual heart damage (myocardial infarction).


Listen, if you don't like the side effects of your medication, talk to your doctor. There are SO many different medications available to treat hypertension, that you can almost always find medications that you can live with.

Don't just stop your medication. Be smart, take care of yourself and don't ignore your blood pressure

Remember, one of the biggest reasons that hypertension is so dangerous is that you don't really have symptoms until really bad things have started to happen. (Kidney failure, strokes, heart complications such as failure and heart attacks)

Call your doctor, and let him (or her) help you get on the medication you need.

Best of luck


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