Last month, I finally got into the doctor to discuss my back pain. They started a series of tests and discovered I now have high blood pressure. My original reason for going to the doctor was because I can not sleep through the night without having to get up and void every 4 hours. If I sleep longer than that I have serve back pain while I am sleeping and when I wake up. When I void in the morning there is a very strong order in my urine and it is extremely cloudy. Then through out the day I have notice white material in my urine and it is a dark yellow.
I believe this all started after my hysterectomy, which was in May last year. They said for the longest time my body is healing and it will be awhile before I get back to normal. I also had a bladder sling placed at the same time and truly believe it is causing all of this trouble.
Last night my blood pressure was 155/111 and I couldnt get it down, ended up going to the ER. They said my heart was fine and that it was due to stress or possible the lack of sleep. hmmmmm?! I tried yet again to explain everything but was dismissed and told that one does not have anything to do with the other.
I am completely fed up with all of this. If one doesnt have anything to do with the other then call me crazy because I think it does. I am going to the ob/gyn and to my dr. on Monday Mar. 19 to report on a month of BP #'s (which are all over the place).
~~~~~~~HELP! WHAT DO I SAY TO GET THEIR ATTENTION! ~~~~~~~~~
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