On meds for high blood pressure but still having some problems
January 15, 2007 9:49pm CST
I had to start taking medication for high blood pressure after the birth of my son. It has been stabilized and I was doing much better until recently. My blood pressure goes up and down and has bottomed out a couple of times. I have passed out once. I feel like my heart is racing and I become lightheaded, clammy and begin to sweat. I am still of the meds for my blood pressure and it has been more normal the past few days but I'm still having the lightheadedness and palpitations. Does anyone know what this could be?
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25 Jan 07
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25 Nov 07
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• United States
23 Jan 07
Check with your doctor. These could be some serious side effects of the medication. He would be best to tell you what to do. In the mean time do not stop taking it but do be careful. You don't want to pass out anyplace. You really shouldn't drive either if you are dizzy that way. Hopefully it's nothing to worry about but you don't want to take a chance on it.
• United States
16 Jan 07
I really dont know what you are experiencing. You should see your doctor immediately. Im sure whatever it is your dr. will be able to diagnose you properly. You dont want to fool around when it comes to your blood pressure. Best of luck to you!