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I have a high blood pressure and I have been to both an endocrinologist and an otorhinolaryngologist several times within this month. What is the most likely reason I have the high blood pressure? Hashimoto disease the endocrinologist said or my nasal septum's fault which is not straight and my otorhinolaryngologist said? I have done a load of test if you need any further details.
What I do know is that my father does get stressed really easy. I feel I am the same with work and stuff. Other than that I don't know what could be at fault. I have a healthy lifestyle. My cardiologist says that my nasal septum isn't straight and I do not get enough oxygen making my heart work harder. He has put me on Norvasc 5mg until I have the surgery.
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