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How I'm feeling today

Post by engtaz » Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:26 am

Toy Maker wrote: I think I'll be the next to be going though... Evelyn's been on my ass for a week to go to the hospital.
185/120

Anyway.... Next time you're there... Tell them you need one of these.

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That bottom number is way way way out of line James. Get to doctors now.
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Re: In to the hospital I must go!!!!!!!!!

Post by frankieD » Mon Nov 10, 2014 2:41 pm

Jimmy, get this taken care of...NOW !!!! You are way too important to take chances with.

I can help you...just let me know.

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Re: In to the hospital I must go!!!!!!!!!

Post by helicopterpilotdoug » Mon Nov 10, 2014 4:10 pm

Toy Maker wrote: I think I'll be the next to be going though... Evelyn's been on my ass for a week to go to the hospital.
185/120
JAMES, GO TO A DR. ASAP!!!!!
What a blood pressure reading of 185/120 means

Readings above 180 systolic pressure (the upper number) or above 110 diastolic pressure (the lower number usually indicate a hypertensive crisis -- putting you in the highest risk category for heart attack, stroke, and other acute life-threatening problems -- and requiring emergency care.

Very high blood pressure can cause symptoms such as headache, nausea and vomiting, mental confusion, vision changes, chest pain, or shortness of breath. If you notice any of these symptoms along with a blood pressure above 185/110, your high blood pressure is considered a hypertensive emergency; call 911.

During a hypertensive emergency, a medical team will work to bring your blood pressure down quickly. If you don't have these symptoms but your blood pressure remains high, doctors call this "hypertensive urgency." It's important to seek medical attention for hypertensive urgency, so that doctors can help bring your blood pressure down over a period of hours to days.

Often people don't notice any symptoms, even when blood pressure is very high. Over time, however, uncontrolled high blood pressure leads to chronic damage of the body's arteries and organs. Common results of this damage include enlargement of the heart, which can cause heart failure, and chronic kidney damage, which can eventually require dialysis.
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Re: In to the hospital I must go!!!!!!!!!

Post by Toy Maker » Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:42 pm

helicopterpilotdoug wrote:
Toy Maker wrote: I think I'll be the next to be going though... Evelyn's been on my ass for a week to go to the hospital.
185/120
JAMES, GO TO A DR. ASAP!!!!!
What a blood pressure reading of 185/120 means

Readings above 180 systolic pressure (the upper number) or above 110 diastolic pressure (the lower number usually indicate a hypertensive crisis -- putting you in the highest risk category for heart attack, stroke, and other acute life-threatening problems -- and requiring emergency care.

Very high blood pressure can cause symptoms such as headache, nausea and vomiting, mental confusion, vision changes, chest pain, or shortness of breath. If you notice any of these symptoms along with a blood pressure above 185/110, your high blood pressure is considered a hypertensive emergency; call 911.

During a hypertensive emergency, a medical team will work to bring your blood pressure down quickly. If you don't have these symptoms but your blood pressure remains high, doctors call this "hypertensive urgency." It's important to seek medical attention for hypertensive urgency, so that doctors can help bring your blood pressure down over a period of hours to days.

Often people don't notice any symptoms, even when blood pressure is very high. Over time, however, uncontrolled high blood pressure leads to chronic damage of the body's arteries and organs. Common results of this damage include enlargement of the heart, which can cause heart failure, and chronic kidney damage, which can eventually require dialysis.

WooHoo... More good news for the day !!! ](*,)

The only 2 real issues I've been dealing with are blurry vision at times, and a non-stop ice-pick behind my eyes headaches since Sep 1st...
The headache is what was worrying me most. But I guess that's not really as important as some of the other stuff.
The headache has been better over the last few days, and I've been able to back off the 20-30 ibuprofen a day I've been taking for the last 9 weeks.

I got REALLY sick before CF, and was feeling pretty good "cold wise" while we were in NC. But that's when the headaches started. I figured it was just my sinus' and it would go away sooner or later.
Well it's definitely later...

We will see. I don't plan on going to see a Dr just yet. Pretty sure now that I know what the problem is, we can handle it. And if not, well let's hope I get a hot ass nurse to give me sponge baths.

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Re: In to the hospital I must go!!!!!!!!!

Post by Zoot Horn » Mon Nov 10, 2014 6:12 pm

Don't fuck around with hypertension,, if you pop a vessel in your head you might be drooling into a cup for a long time!

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Re: In to the hospital I must go!!!!!!!!!

Post by Toy Maker » Mon Nov 10, 2014 6:20 pm

See there's another one of my "little issues"
Being clinically depressed and not taking my meds, means I really don't care all that much.

Do you have any idea how many of my problems would just end, if I died.. Oh yeah, ALL of them.

I'm not trying to die any time soon... but I'm going out of my way to stop it either.


See, this is the side of me no one ever gets to see. The last few years have taken more of a toll on me than most will ever know.

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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by Toy Maker » Mon Nov 10, 2014 7:38 pm

Had to stop and get some dog food on the way home... figured what the hell I'll check again.
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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by Zoot Horn » Mon Nov 10, 2014 7:44 pm

James,, people get admitted to the hospital with pressures like yours,,Nuff said!

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Post by radioeng2 » Mon Nov 10, 2014 8:11 pm

I've always longed to be "off the charts".

Don't know if I'll ever get there, but if they keep stacking these big projects on...maybe I can too!

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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by mbskeam » Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:49 pm

I'll tell ya little something about High BP's.
if ya think all the normal things that go wrong with HBP are what they are.
one day you will be try to get wood and it anit workin right, now that really sucks..... ](*,) ](*,) ](*,)
without my pills I run about 148/95, I take lisinopril 20mg 1 a day.
on pills it runs 130/80, a little high on the lower number, but this number has been high, since my teens.
thankfully there is vitamin V.... :D
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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by Magnaryder » Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:55 pm

Toy Maker wrote:Had to stop and get some dog food on the way home... figured what the hell I'll check again.
Get your ass to the Dr. or a hospital....NOW!!!! Don't fuck around with this. They'll get you on some stuff that will take it down. It does take work...alot of it and some dedication but I know you can manage it.

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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by hewlew1 » Tue Nov 11, 2014 12:58 pm

Just slapped the cuff on again and last night I did take my Lisinopril 103/58
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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by Shortcake » Tue Nov 11, 2014 1:05 pm

hewlew1 wrote:Just slapped the cuff on again and last night I did take my Lisinopril 103/58

Just be sure to tell me where the viewing will be
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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by engtaz » Tue Nov 11, 2014 2:27 pm

Bottom number toooooo low
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Re: How I'm feeling today

Post by frenchguy » Tue Nov 11, 2014 3:58 pm

too low Roy? thats about what my BP runs now that I had a double valve job & Doc says that is great! no BP medicine for me at all anymore, but I have 2 mechanical valves so maybe that is why it is so low? my heart rate at rest since my surgery is only in the low 50,s 8) :D
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