I was 16, and was diagnosed 2 years ago. Im on medications like micardiz plus 40 mg and a norvasc 5mg at night. Will I still be able to live a normal life with this condition?
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replied October 30th, 2009
YEAH IT KINDA SUCKS TO HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AT A YOUNG AGE BUT WHEN IT COMES TO LIVING A NORMAL LIFE.IT ALL DEPENDS ON HOW U TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF U HAVE TO WATCH YOUR DIET,NO SMOKING ETC.BEING ACTIVE AND ALWAYS KEEPING CLOSE TABS ON YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE KEEPING YOUR DR.APPT'S THINGS N THAT NATURE.SO YEAH U CAN LIVE A HEALTHY NORMAL LIFE DONT LET IT SLOW U DOWN OR HOLD U BACK FROM ENJOYING YOUR YOUTH.
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replied October 30th, 2009
well, if only i could... whenever i try to exercise, my heart starts palpitating, and when i watch my diet, sometimes my parents say i eat too little Sad it really does suck
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replied November 4th, 2009
maybe it's all because of the growth of the organism? when I was 15 I had a lot of pressure changes. later all returned to normal. about 19 years.
I now suffer from high blood pressure again, but that's another story ...
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replied November 5th, 2009
normal, yeah i guess so since i lost some weight eversince i was diagnosed and it was kinda fast, and whats your other story?
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