See your doctor if you are concerned about having high blood pressure. In general, hot flashes are not the result of high blood pressure. They could be the result of a hormonal imbalance.
Yes. Go see a doctor.
While many on-line websites can give you helpful information on high blood sugar such as "Net Doctor", you should seek proper medical advice from a trained professional.
No there are no high blood pressure vitamins, if you know that your blood pressure is high you need to consult a doctor. Your doctor will be able to aide you in lowering it to a healthy level.
Yes, RA can cause elevations on the white blood cells. So can virues, stress, and other things. I have RA and every time i get a CBC (complete blood count) I have elevated white blood cells. I am always told its not high enough to be concerned and that it is probably from my RA since I suffer alot from inflammation. Ask your doctor if you are overly concerned.
Yes, but check with your doctor before you do, he may wish to monitor your blood pressure results more closely as phenylephrine can raise your blood pressure. If you have very high blood pressure then I would not recommend it but speak to your doctor about an alternative.
There are warnings on the label stating to check with your doctor if you are on medications for blood pressure. Viagra will cause your blood pressure to go up. So that can be a bad thing if you have angina. See your doctor before taking Viagra!
If your numbers are too high, talk to your doctor about making some adjustments. For instance, you may be able to lower your after-meal blood sugar with a more balanced diet and/or by increasing your exercise (talk to your doctor before beginning any diet or exercise program). If your doctor determines that your numbers are still too high, your doctor may want to adjust or make a change in your treatment.
If you have this disorder you will have high blood pressure. If you are pregnant with high blood pressure this can be dangerous. Your doctor will help you lower your blood pressure.
Chlamydia doesn't cause high blood protein. Speak honestly with your health care provider if you are concerned about STDs, and follow up to find out what might be causing your high blood protein.
192 is very high for blood glucose before breakfast; you should talk to your doctor as soon as possible if your 8-hour fasting glucose is 192. It's not alarmingly high for after dinner, but you should ask your doctor what levels are out of bounds for you individually.
As your DOCTOR - not an unqualified forum !