They don't want to give me anything unless it stays up for a long time. I'm sure it's high when I walk around. I just don't know if constant, temporary spikes will start to damage things.
I understand, the 24 hr automatic monitor would clear a lot of things up, especially if the 24 hours includes a trip to the doctor's office . I'll ask for one the next time I go which is on the twelfth of December .
Thanks for the tip
A "white coat" effect is acknowledged by medics when taking BP in a clinical context.ewizabeth wrote:I used to SWEAR to him that the BP went down when not at the doctor offices. ...
Beta-blockers are a bit out of fashion in the UK for the ongoing treatment of HT here's a good link that describes current prescribing best UK practice. http://www.bpassoc.org.uk/information/medications.htmewizabeth wrote:Soooo, I had to take the beta blocker Toprol XL, in a higher dose. I wasn't happy about it ...
JFH wrote: Beta-blockers are a bit out of fashion in the UK for the ongoing treatment of HT here's a good link that describes current prescribing best UK practice.
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