"I have recently stopped taking Coreg 6.25ng and started on Cozaar 50mg to manage my blood pressure which is working out really great according to measurements. I was weaned from Coreg by taking just my dosage at night and skipping the mo..."
"I've been dealing with this for 4 or 5 years now but it just seems to be getting worse as time goes by. There was a stint last year where I was in and out of the ER because of big blood pressure spikes (190/110) and tachycardia (usually ..."
Dear Jazoon. I was wondering if you have had the Gardasil/HPV vaccine? It is offered for both sexes now and your symptoms sound very much like others on truthaboutgardasil.org We are currently working on stories from young men that are having symptoms like you. Please keep me posted. I do hope that you are not another victim of this poison! Laurie
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