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i am so weak - blood pressure was 108/66 - pulse 48 - then this evening heart palpitations - bp was 110/50 - pulse 80.....................................

Help - what is going on with me - Today I was so weak all day long I could not stand up - I lay down in bed and everything was going round and round - I took my BP and it was 108/70 - my god, my Pulse was barely 50 - I had a very hard time finding my pulse - then, after and entire day of laying down and feeling to weak to even get up I made some vegetables to eat - my heart started pounding with palpatations - I decided to take my BP again and THIS TIME it was 120/48 with a pulse this time of about 80 - again I could barely find my pulse. My palpatations have now slowed down and my BP is still around 118/50 - This is not the first time this has happened to me - this is just one of the many problems I have been dealing with over the last year and cannot find one god damned doctor in this freaking country who is worth their office fee - my god, what kind of Mickey Mouse Med Schools do they have in the U.S. anyway - the medical profession here is legalized murder!!!!!!!!

Does anyone have a clue as to what is happening to me - it is so frightening - I take BP medications because my BP is always so high but when I get these episodes I know my BP is so low I often wonder how I manage to still be alive!!!

Please help.
 
  Mousitsa on 2005-11-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Sorry, I gave the wrong readings -

My BP today at my weakest was 108/48 - pulse 50 or there abouts.

Tonight with bad palpitations my BP was 118/48 - pulse around 78 ----

The palpitations have now subsided a bit since the last hour.

Please help me out - I am sfraid and I have no one!
 
Mousitsa last decade
are you sure you are reading this properly?
I would seek medical advice if it is as you say.
 
erika last decade
I am absolutely sure - this is not the first time this has happened and, as for seeing a doctor here, well, I can assure you that it is a waste of time, money and certainly of no benefit to your health.

The last time this happened, I call the doctor I had seen in one of New York's top medical facilities (big deal) and just as I was about to practically pass out, I asked her desperately on the phone, "why don't we do further testing to see what's wrong with me - there are hundreds of blood tests we could take" and, I will never, ever forget the words which she spoke in response: this bitch's reply to me was:: "you don't want to go there - something might show up and then you are looking at more and more testing"...!!

Can you believe this - well, I ended up in the emergency room that day for the first time in my life - another waste of time, literally!!! They take just the regular CBC, your BP, blah, blah, blah and you go home as you came - ..........

Does anyone have a clue or a remedy - otherwise please don't tell me to go to a doctor ..!!! I speak from much experience with doctors!
 
Mousitsa last decade
ok - on a practical level make sure you avoid alcohol, eat enough to give you good energy regularly, take careful exercise, avoid caffeine.
when your blood pressure dips elevate your feet until the pressure rises - i.e. lie down on your bed with no pillow below head and put your feet on a few pillows.
low blood pressure tendencies mean you will live for longer!
if you want homeopathic help you have to tell us more about yourself as well as your blood pressure.
 
erika last decade
Thanks Erika - did not mean to snap but I have truly had it with the medical profession in this country and I will leave it at that.

I know that the BP readings I got yesterday were great, except for the second numbers - they were WAY TOO LOW and my pulse could barely be found. So, I don't know what to say. I did do some reasearch last night and came across info regarding vitamin B6 - I have been off my supplements for some time now and just started once again a few days ago. However, I have no B6 but I do give myself B12 shots a couple of times a week.

Also, regards my condition in general, I have posted under iron deficient anemia a few different posts with varying remedies. I have had severe iron deficient anemia episodes in the past with extremely low hemoglobin and iron - I was told on one post to take ferrum phos and calcarea phos - then someone else told me to take ferrum metallicum 1M - then someone responded, no this is not for iron deficiency.

So, I am really confused - I have ordered everything but am not sure what to take. I am also taking another blood test in one week to see where my hemo and iron are.

Thanks Erika

By the way - I have started taking Joe's arnica tonic about three days ago -
 
Mousitsa last decade
sounds like you are ok and sorted remedy-wise?
 
erika last decade
I just saw this and although the post was done some time back I thought if anyone is looking for something similar this would help them.

When you have low BP you can try eating a banana. This is help raise it back up. Or if you don't want to do that you can also try taking 2 pills of ginger. This is level your BP pretty fast.
 
jose07 last decade
china 30c one dose daily for 7 days
 
akshaymohl last decade
this patient should take ignatia-30 three doses at half hour intervalonly and not to be repeated.this medicine has been selected from the mental state of the person and not simply from his physical disturbed parameters.wait for a week after the remedy and report.
 
rssaini18 last decade

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