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I have had high blood pressure since I was about 16. I'm 21 now, and I normally have no symptoms.
Today I've had a small nose bleed, ringing in my ears, chest pains difficulty breathing, and felt very hot even with the air conditioner on. Could these be symptoms of high blood pressure? I've never been on any medicine. I also have a rare disease called Evans Syndrome, but only the nose bleed could be a symptom from that.
The symptoms could be due to high blood pressure or it could be due to angina or heart attack. Another less likely possibility is clot in the lungs due to high blood pressure. You must immediately get your blood pressure checked and get a 12 lead ECG done. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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