ok so for the past week I've been having killer headaches and tylenol doesn't touch it.....so i called my OB to see if there is anything else I can take well the nurse started asking me a ton of questions....like how's your eye site....I told her the past week anything farther than 10 feet is blurry. So she said before she can call anything in for me she needs for me to check my blood pressure. Now I'm worried what if I do have high blood pressure then what?
Im not sure what happens next, but when I was in the doctors office yesterday my bloodpressure was checked and I was extremely high and i have been having vision problems also. They did my blood pressure with me standing up, laying on my left side, and my right side. So who knows? I would relax because worring will only make the blood pressure go up. Dont worry. * Best of luck*
when i was pregnant with my first son i experienced the same thing, only to find out the cause was dehydration. my body was trying to run off of nothing basicially and caused some problems. hope all goes well :)
I think that if you have high blood pressure and some of those symptoms its a sign of preeclampsia.....i was having the same symptoms last week plus a lot of swelling they had me come in right away. Luckily my blood pressure was really good. I wouldn't worry to much as it will make your blood pressure rise, I hope everything is ok with you and the babies.
i would say probably blood pressure and remember what is high for you might not be for someone else. My Dr put me off work for a week because mine was 124/80...which is good for most people but extremly hight for me
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