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Posted by Raj on November 24, 1999 at 11:27:15:

In Reply to: Re: Back problem may develop high bp posted by stephanie on October 14, 1999 at 20:05:04:

: : : September of 1998 I injured my back by lifting. I was laid out from my business for 2 weeks. I had great health up to this time. In December of 1998,I was told I had high bp(160/120).I was put on meds and was told I was under to much pressure. I felt I was having the least amount of pressure ever. I have seen 2 doctors,a specialist, and a herboligist.The first three told me is was stress over and over.I think they are trying to solve it to fast.
: : : The herboligist thought it could be my back.She worked on it and with herbs,it lowered to 135/79 for over 2 months. The other day I lifted a washing machine. The next day my pressure was 154/101 and climbing daily.Has anyone ever heard of this? Please let me Know because I feal I am on my own on this one!

: this sounds strange but 2 weeks ago I fell and
: injured my tailbone and my blood pressure has also
: been high 150/104-iam not overweight and i work
: out at least 3 times per week. im sorry i cant offer you and answer but i also think it is related-due to the fact i have not had high blood
: pressure until now. stephanie

I have never had HBP until a few weeks ago after I hurt my back and arm moving into my new home. I finally went to see a doctor about the arm (the back is now okay)and found out that I have HBP. I went back this week to get it checked and it is now 140/92.

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