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Old 06-25-2017, 02:22 PM   #61
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I hope everything goes well with your doctor appointment. I have high blood pressure as well and take medicine for my mild hypertension.
Thanks Tara. I knew something was wrong most of last year. Went on a diet and everything. Finally had it confirmed a little over a week ago. I hate going to doctors. I've only been to one once a little over a decade ago for the pain in my arm. That was the only time since Junior High when I seemed to be there all the time.
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My mom has high blood pressure also.
I'm sorry to hear that. It's a pain.
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Thanks Tara. I knew something was wrong most of last year. Went on a diet and everything. Finally had it confirmed a little over a week ago. I hate going to doctors. I've only been to one once a little over a decade ago for the pain in my arm. That was the only time since Junior High when I seemed to be there all the time.

I hear ya. I hate going to the doctor myself, but I have to go twice a year due to having high blood pressure (they test to see if everything, including my heart, is okay).

I was diagnosed fairly young and I was in amazing shape at the time (thin, physically active, etc) Been taking meds for nearly a decade now, but as I mentioned in a prior post, my high blood pressure is probably due to genetics since everyone in my family has the mild to moderate hypertension.
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Thanks Tara. I knew something was wrong most of last year. Went on a diet and everything. Finally had it confirmed a little over a week ago. I hate going to doctors. I've only been to one once a little over a decade ago for the pain in my arm. That was the only time since Junior High when I seemed to be there all the time.
Same with me. I really don't like to go to the Doctors at all!!! I was diagnosed with high blood pressure about 5 years ago, and I'm on medication for it. A tiny bit of side affects at first, but that subsided and now I been on the Amlodipine for years and my blood pressure is way down and I feel pretty good.

You will be fine, it's just initially going to the doctor and getting on the meds and stuff but after a little while everything will be good, and you will have peace of mind that your blood pressure is down !!

Good luck , I'm sure all will go well!
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Same with me. I really don't like to go to the Doctors at all!!! I was diagnosed with high blood pressure about 5 years ago, and I'm on medication for it. A tiny bit of side affects at first, but that subsided and now I been on the Amlodipine for years and my blood pressure is way down and I feel pretty good.

You will be fine, it's just initially going to the doctor and getting on the meds and stuff but after a little while everything will be good, and you will have peace of mind that your blood pressure is down !!

Good luck , I'm sure all will go well!
Thanks Bonnie.

I had my appointment today but still nothing. I have to have blood work first since I haven't been to a doctor in so long. Have another appointment in 2 weeks to see if I need meds or not. Blood Pressure was still way high although not as high as last time. They have to check my knee out too. I have water in it. I 'm having an X-ray on it Thursday. Talking about an operation on it. Give me a break. It sucks to get old. hno:
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Thanks Bonnie.

I had my appointment today but still nothing. I have to have blood work first since I haven't been to a doctor in so long. Have another appointment in 2 weeks to see if I need meds or not. Blood Pressure was still way high although not as high as last time. They have to check my knee out too. I have water in it. I 'm having an X-ray on it Thursday. Talking about an operation on it. Give me a break. It sucks to get old. hno:

Sonny, I am very sorry about your knee. And yes, it does suck to get old.
I just came back from having blood work done. The procedure only took ten minutes and was pretty much painless, but thanks to the medication I take I have to have my blood drawn twice a year. Which is not something I look forward to.
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Since this is the complaint department, I second and third it sucking to get old.
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Thanks Bonnie.

I had my appointment today but still nothing. I have to have blood work first since I haven't been to a doctor in so long. Have another appointment in 2 weeks to see if I need meds or not. Blood Pressure was still way high although not as high as last time. They have to check my knee out too. I have water in it. I 'm having an X-ray on it Thursday. Talking about an operation on it. Give me a break. It sucks to get old. hno:
Hope everything works out. Maybe they can give you medication or shots for your knee and you won't have to have the operation. The high blood pressure might respond to a low salt diet. My aunt started using that NoSalt and she began walking a few miles a week and her high blood pressure went down quite a bit. It's worth a try.
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Hope everything works out. Maybe they can give you medication or shots for your knee and you won't have to have the operation. The high blood pressure might respond to a low salt diet. My aunt started using that NoSalt and she began walking a few miles a week and her high blood pressure went down quite a bit. It's worth a try.
Thanks Ann. I've been thinking about that. I've been looking around the web for a salt substitute because I'm sure they're going to put me on a low sodium diet or something. I love salt. lol I have 2 weeks until my next appointment. Maybe if I cut out salt and start walking again it will go down some more. One of the reasons he wanted to wait was because he wanted to make sure it was a regular occurrence. I think it is because I hadn't felt all that great through much of last year. Just afraid of doctors. I've lost too many family members with them.
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Sonny, I am very sorry about your knee. And yes, it does suck to get old.
I just came back from having blood work done. The procedure only took ten minutes and was pretty much painless, but thanks to the medication I take I have to have my blood drawn twice a year. Which is not something I look forward to.
Thanks Tara. I had blood work around 2004 or 2005 which was the last time I saw a doctor. It was so long ago I can't remember. I know in 2004 I saw a doctor for my arm and I saw him again a year later for my foot which was numb. I had blood work then. Not a pleasant experience.
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Thanks Tara. I knew something was wrong most of last year. Went on a diet and everything. Finally had it confirmed a little over a week ago. I hate going to doctors. I've only been to one once a little over a decade ago for the pain in my arm. That was the only time since Junior High when I seemed to be there all the time.
Sorry to hear about this, Sonny, and sorry I'm seeing it late.

You can definitely beat HBP; I don't know all of your risk factors, but lots of people have it under control, and I'm sure you will, too.

(Psst, at our age regular checkups are kind of a good idea! That's when stuff starts to fall apart!)
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Sorry to hear about this, Sonny, and sorry I'm seeing it late.

You can definitely beat HBP; I don't know all of your risk factors, but lots of people have it under control, and I'm sure you will, too.

(Psst, at our age regular checkups are kind of a good idea! That's when stuff starts to fall apart!)
Thanks Michael. I don't know. My Grandfather and Uncle both had heart attacks and died in their 50's. I don't know if that means anything. That always has me thinking. I had my bloodwork today. Blaaaa. lol I have to have my knee X-rayed tomorrow. Yea I think I'm falling apart. I know what you mean though. I take after my Mom. She hated doctors and unfortunately she needed to go see one.
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