21 years old student ! i was doing my final projects all of the sudden i started feeling weird ,tired,heart rate not normal , high blood pressure "first reading was 170/100" went to the emergency room they literately did nothing to help ! after that hours passed i started feeling back to normal a week passed and things started getting worse i went to check with my doctor she ordered some blood tests like " kidney functions ,cbc, and some other tests i dont remember " after receiving results she told me nothing is wrong with my blood " ever since i am monitoring my blood pressure sometimes its high sometimes its normal ! everyday i feel full even without eating too much i feel headaches no matter what is my blood pressure ,general feeling of unwell , always wants to sleep always tired , when i go to bed it really takes time to sleep ,sometimes really bad pain comes at kidney / spine area for a couple of minutes then goes like nothing happened , i usually dont get much sleep due to my working on university projects and other work stuff ! i saw 3 doctors and non of them was able to tell me whats wrong or why my blood pressure go high sometimes i am really concerned i never felt this ill , never had a surgery , no high blood pressure within family members ! im little bit over weight due to alot of sitting and working i try to walk for as much as i can everyday ! i dont know whats going on i need help advice opinions anything please ! thanks for readingView Thread
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