High Blood Pressure at 27 years of age ?Hi All,
I am just 27 years of age, working as a software engg. I was perfectly alright and felt healthy till last year when i was tried to donate my blood. One of the doctor from the Blood Donation camp has checked my BP and told me that my reading was 140/90.
From that day i am keep on thinking about my BP atleast 10 times a day. I am feeling unhealthy after that.
3 weeks back i had little feverish and i went to doctor for check up, and i have purposefully asked that doctor to check my BP. He checked and told me the same reading 140/90. He asked me for some symptoms like Head aches, etc..
Till that moment i didnt had Headaches, etc.. but after that eventhough i m not having headache, but i am feeling like headache, and my worry has increased more, and i am feeling very very bad.
Doctor prescribed me a tablet for sleep, and next day again i went for BP checkup, and it was 130/60.
But whenever i m thinking of check my BP, i am getting more nervous and it is going high.
Currently i am having the following effects in my health, Eyes sticking or kind of pressure behind my eyes (rarely, once in a week)
No other symptoms except the above.
I have read some articles like Pain may increase the BP. I m having some mild upper back pain for past 1 year.
Is it really BP? or this is just my phobia of BP ?
I think i may have some eye problems, bcoz once i start reading or working with computers, i m getting this kind of Eye Sticking issue.
Please someone help me understanding the nature of the above symptoms, and make me clear.
karthikm19 on 2011-02-09
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