Healthy 56 yo w/sudden hypertension(167/94 p48)Hello. I am a relatively healthy athletic 56yo woman currently being treated for hypothyroidism presenting with sudden onset of hypertension and bradycardia,w/mild headache.
I am not under stress,,,am a healthy weight at 125 # 5'4",and am a jogger.Both pupils PERLA-NO indication of a stroke .
It started MON 6/15 7 AM BP was
157/81 p 50,,,after taking B vitamins,
bitter orange,it went down within 1 hour to 127/76,,,same thing happened yesterday AM.
and today at 747 AM. At 230p BP went up to 167/94 p 48,,,I took Armour THYROID (educated thyroid gland) and drank 10 oz fresh beet juice then took 500 mg
Pycnogenol(Pine tree bark)I also took 1 325m325mg Aspirin, it went down to 122/78 and now is at 114/70 at 2300 hours.
I will take ARNICA 1M before I go to sleep tonight or LEDUM 200c as prophylactic for Lyme disease.
I have taken HYPERICUM 30 C today,MON and TU,,and IGNATIA today,,,I also took BUGLEWEED for THYROID today and yesterday.
Any thoughts in HYPOTHYROIDISM or Apis 6C causing this HYPERTENSION pls?
Thank you. Any insight. Is much appreciated,,,Sarah
[Edited by Sarahndipity723 on 2020-06-18 03:55:09]
Sarahndipity723 on 2020-06-18
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER. FOR THREE DAYS
DAY 4 ONWARDS
Bromium 6C 2 drops twice daily.
Thyroidinum 200 ,2 drops ones per day.
Feedback after 4 days
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-06-21 16:08:24]
♡ anuj srivastava 4 months ago
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