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Annie C
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We are all familiar with high blood pressure. Now here's my question. Mine has been 90/50 and 91/47 and 96/55 and here's the real weird one 209/175 after I took a shower. Any one else with this. My pulse is always between the 60s and up into the ninetys???? Any one please help

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Try taking it after other activities. Could be that you are "working" too hard by taking a shower... OR .. it's the heat of the shower.

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norcal
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Annie,this is still a lingering and uncomfortable issue for me .
I will take my bp and it will be very high 150/105.
Then ten minutes later it will be 95/55...go figure.
I am on lisinopril for the highs what about the lows???
I have blacked out from the drop and regularly have light headed episodes.
Curious if any others are dealing with this.

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My doctor is finding that the strong fluctuations in blood pressure are becomming more and more common among patients as the EMF and Smart Meter exposure is increasing at such a fast rate over the last few years.

www.betterhealthguy.com details what he has done and what can be done to mitigate some of the problems.

I think we have to take all this very seriously, because it is getting worse almost daily and it is destroying our children and our own brains.

First thing first - get rid of your cordless phones! I was surprised when I took my meter and started to measure around my house. Beware of corded phones with short antenna that feed the extra phone/s you walk around the house with -- .
The EMF output is so high- my meter hit the max and could not go any higher. It is high whether you are using the phone or not using the phone.
When I figured that out, I finally realized why I was never comfortable near that phone. A corded phone - just one culprit!

Take care.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_wxM6IAF1I

Be sure to listen to the whole thing and then take action unless everything is okay in your place.

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Annie C
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Wow I want to thank all of your input. It's compforting to learn more and more about my new to me symptoms.

I also am aware that weight gain is another side effect from Meds. My normal weight is 120 to 140. Right now I weigh 85 pounds. I lost this last 10 more pounds within the last week. Back in Jan and Feb.

I went from 105 to 95 pounds. And I'm getting scared due to how fast it happened. I've been on a maintenance diet for ever to stay between my so called normal. I see my LLMD next week. The leukemia test was neg. So that's good news.

Thanks again.

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This is Dysautonomia and or POTS//It is part of the dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system that Lyme causes.
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