Everybody keeps talking about 'spikes' mine just shot up and stays there.....It never goes below 178/98 but goes up 216/106 high all the ime...can't be good or safe...my mom had a stroke..no thank you. I just want a doctor to stop it is this so wrong...You would think they could do this one, I keep looking for things to try on my own...if they won't...its the darn not knowing..Are there that many reasons for this to happen, I want a instant stop heck at least within a week..is that wrong? my doctor seems to think 250 mg a day atenonol is low dose....... I can't even find a doc for a second opinion!View Thread
Im having the same problem! since 1st of sept. Way too high 199/108, doctor increases meds, nothing else supposed to wait two more weeks also started low(25mg) water pill..no change. Specialist takes months I take 250 mg atenolol a day. Im afraid to go to sleep in fear I won't wake up. I haven't had the test you had. nobody seems excited but me!View Thread
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