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 I'm 40 years old. My heart has been skipping beats every 5 minutes,making me cough. I am also drowsy. plz help
It has only started about two nights ago. If this is an emergency, please tell me quickly because I haven't been feeling any pain at all. I've only been feeling drowsiness and skipping of ...


 I'm having heart flutters. Should I be worried?
There is no pain, just a bit of an irregular heart beat. It started after I ate too many cookies....


 what's the best advice for very low blood pressure?
My mother is 75, is not overweight and has had triple heart bypass surgery (years ago) but she gets very low blood pressure and can feel very unwell. She won't tell me how low and won't go ...


 is 130 beats per minute a fast heart rate?
curious?...


 Who is right...the doctor or my home testing blood pressure tester?
Im confused and reluctant to take the tablets the doc has prescribed.
I have been given Ramipril to take for a few weeks - I said I didnt mind if I didnt have to be on them forever. I am now ...


 Can u please??
My grandma is sick she has heart problems where her heart skips a beat and the doctors are tryin to prevent her from havin a stroke can u please pray for her? THANKS!...


 how to clean clogged arteries and blood vessels naturally?
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 what could very temporary chest pain be caused by?
sometimes i have what i describe as a squeezing pain in my heart - its on my left side (really not in the middle of my chest, but it feels like its in my heart.) the pain lasts for up to a second ...


 what makes the heart beat outside the body?
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 PLEASE IM ONLY 15 AND I HAVE ANIXETTY ATTACKS I NEED HELP :(?
ive been having anixetty attacks for about 3 years now and im only 15 yrs old ; i really hate this experience and i wanna live a normal life and do things i cant do now . My anxietty is really hard ...


 my 11yr old daughter has been having chest pains & becomes breathless.?
she has had an ECG done, doctor said one of her chambers in her heart is bigger than her others so she needs to see a cardiologist, but has since began to walk with a bad limp and seems to drag her ...


 My blood pressure is 105/53, is this good?
I know "normal" is 120/80, but mine's been recorded at 81/53 in the past. Today it was 105/53. I'm 17. Is this a good reading. Note: The reason it's been so low in the past ...


 how to get out of depressions?
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 How can i fix my broken heart?
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 is this NORMAL?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
i had RED DIARRHEA today. ive had alot of tummy pains and gas!!!!
what is this? why is it [email protected]?!?! uh oh!!!!...


 Serious inquiry into transplant surgery?
i just saw a documentary were a 70 year old man received the heart of a 16 year old boy and is doing well.
My question is: if heart failure is usually the first thing that causes death in old ...


 What can I do to reduce the chances of getting high blood pressure?
There is a strong family history of heart conditions and hypertension. What can I do to reduce the effects on me, I'm under 40 years old and BP is normal at the moment.
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 Can a 17 year old girl have an heart attack?
im 88 pounds and have someone in my family have heart attack. And it runs in my family. do you think i can have heart attack at 17?...


 Can I give myself a heart attack, if I keep thinking i'm going to have one? is it possible?
i have bad anxiety and I was told if I keep thinking I am going to have a heart attack, I will give myself one. I didn't think that could happen....


 Ways of dieing??????????????
[1]How would you like to die?
[2]How did you see people dieing?
[3]What’s the best way to die?...



Leslie G
I'm 23 with high blood pressure?
I am a 23 year old woman. Five foot four, 116 pounds. Have three children. Healthy in every aspect except I smoke. I've been put on Toprol XL due to high blood pressure and elevated heart rate. Does that seem odd to anyone else?
                      








holykrikey
Yep, but a young woman like urself shouldnt have 3 kids either that may be causing high blood pressure!!!!


Ronald M
don't worry, I had high blood pressure when I was your age 2. I'm still alive. It will probably kill me when I reach 50 or so. But I feel fine now.


Ima Stressed Out
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No I had high blood pressure at that age to but I didn't smoke it was all stress work related which may be yours too. Now I'm overweight, older and more stressed so I am on lotrel and the numbers are good. Good luck.


Skepticat
Not really. I was in my mid-twenties when I developed HBP, and I'm a skinny white guy. It will help if you can quit smoking -- or at least cut back on it....


Just_Me
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hm yeah ur 2young for that but it happens...so jsut take care of ur heath now hun.


Why!?
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yes it does.. did you have a physical yet?

your family have high b. pressure too?

stay away from fast food that contains too much sodium which will increase ur blood volume cauzing high bld pressure.

i hope you'll get better :)


donna b
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sweetie you can get high blood pressure as a child also take salt out of your diet .eat more garlic use other seasoning in your foods also family history can play a big part of having this disease .good luck and be bless p.s stop eating fast foods bring eating of this type of foods to once or twice a month. i have been suffering from high blood pressure since i was about 11 years old .


nikoleta k
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Usually hypertension, or what we call primary hypertension is a disease that affects the middle aged. But that does not mean that a young person, or even a child cannot have hypertension. Usually, when we see hypertension of sudden onset, difficult to control hypertension, or hypertension to someone who is very young, we must do some differential diagnosis in order to exclude some form of secondary hypertension, that means hypertension that has a remiable cause( renal artery stenosis, hyperaldosteronism). That means that certain tests should be performed before we give antihypertensives to a young patient. These tests include specific hormones, renal US and others. If all of these tests turn out negative, we tell the patient that even though he or she is young, he or she has hypertension and should take antihypertensives and exclude salt from the diet. It is not odd that you have hypertension. It is relatively rare but that does not make it unlikely


william f
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Its a young age to have it, but let it be a wake up call . clean up your lifestyle. no smoking cut back on salty foods.


Gardner?
That is odd, try taking your children for walks, start a garden if you can and eat from it. The children will probably enjoy it and it's training them to be healthier people and by ALL means, drop the cigarettes ASAP. I know it's rough I had a 3 pack a day habit that I quit from about 15 yrs ago. Here's some tools I used;
when your smoking buddies offer you a cigarette, take it and break it to pieces in front of them. They'll call you names and get mad but at least they won't give you anymore.
drop gradually to the low tar/nicotine brands and when you get to the lowest, set a date and time to quit.
when the date comes, remove all ashtrays, empty cig wrappers etc.etc.
Take your normal allotted cigarette money and get you something, a reward,


dat93
I too developed high BP but in my early 40's. I was almost sent home after a young stroke because I was a smoker and had high BP. Another Dr. intervened though and admitted me for testing. because I was too strong and other-wise healthy. I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that most do not test for or have little knowledge of. It crept up on me and has changed my life.
Good luck


Mark
It may be in your family history. I have high blood pressure for the past two years and I am on Lotrel. I am in my early 50s.
I am not a smoker and not over weight. I like some wine or a beer once in awhile but apparently its in my family and now I am the recipent of this. My doctor told me that since I do not smoke, and not over wieght, he doesnt worry about my elevated blood pressure. Its under control right now and wasnt really that high before. Smoking is a big issue and trust me, you need to quit that habit or you will lead a short life.
My heart rate had spead up also and that was the first thing he wanted to regulate. Its now better and I really struggled mentally about having to take meds for this. I have come to terms with it now and take them regularly but wish I didnt.
If it means for me to be around for a long time I have to do what I should. I have always worked out or did weights pretty often but now I either walk and sometimes run at least three times a week. Walk for a half hour as much as you can or do some kind of arobic workout and the blood pressure should improve. Whatever you do, quit smoking!!


buggeredmom
Make sure that your primary physician is an internal medicine physician. Skip family practice. Do not agree to see the nurse practitioner in an office.

At your age, a physician should be willing to look for "secondary causes of hypertension". Insist that he/she rule out problems with your kidneys, heart, endocrine system...

Do not accept "essential hypertension" as a diagnosis at your age unless the doctor has ordered diagnostic tests that have ruled out secondary causes.

Stop smoking. It only aggrevates the problem(s).

It is quite possible that you are in for a rough ride because of your age and gender. You will find that many physicians question your life style and stress level. They may attribute any symptoms that you experience to those two things. If a physician talks about those factors in regards to your blood pressure without having adequate tests performed, find a new physician.

Take care of your health. You may find it difficult to find a doctor who is proactive but finding that doctor should be your goal.

Regardless of any underlying health conditions you may or may not have, you must stop smoking, exercise regularly, and watch your diet. You will have to work harder for your health than the average person.


tank_boogersmom
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you need to stay on the meds that you were prescribed and find a good program to stop smoking. High blood pressure is the number one leading cause of heart disease. along with high cholesterol, you need to get a handle on this and get healthy, not just for your sake but for the children who's lives depend on you so much!


Angelbaby7
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Nope,
I was diagnosed with HBP at 34, and put on Toporol XL 50 mg, I also quit smoking and I now diet and exercise and I am just fine, HBP runs on my mother's side of the family. Just ask yourself, do I want to be healthy, or keep smoking and not taking care of my heart, you have more to think about than just yourself, take care.


Munya Says: DUH!
yeah, stop smoking, start walking and drop the salty foods/snacks


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