I am a 47 years old man with a body wt of 50 kg and a height of 5 ft 4 inches. Previously I had consistently a bit low blood pressure (BP) and I was quite comfortable. Since 2004 I had a consistently high BP in the range 140/100 and was force to take medicines. Since early 2007 my BP gradually came down to below normal level and the doctor advised to stop taking medicine. Since last five-six months however I am facing trouble with my BP. Generally it stays at 90-110/60-75. But once in one or two months (frequency is not definite) the BP suddenly goes up to 160/105 and I feel pain at the back of my head. Putting ice at the back of my head helps removing the pain and also the BP comes down to about 85/55 within a time span of about 8 hours. I can not tolerate this sudden up and down in BP. Sometimes I feel a little vomitting sensation.
I have consulted a cardiologists. My ECG and Ultrasonogram on upper abdomen including Kidneys etc shows normalcy.
I would look for your kind medical advice to get rid of this problem.
Prof. Nitin Chattopadhyay
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