I know I'm trying to wrap all of my symptoms up in a nice little package, but I just read something that makes me wonder . . . Can high blood pressure and tachycardia be related to MS? For example, if lesions were located on the areas of the brain that control those????
Hi! I do not know the answer to this but thought it is a very good question and should be bumped back up to see if anyone can help answer it. I will try to do some research and see what I can find out.
I do have tachycardia episodes that are irrelevant to my activity and was wondering the same thing.
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