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    Sandra Buczek
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    An_245918 posted:
    high blood pressure does run in my family both mother and father 2brothers and 2 sisters had high bp too i smoke to calm me down lol my FATHER had he passed away in 2001 heart attack he had heart disease a couple strokes during his life liver trouble
    emphazema bone cancer mom had colon cancer my sister that passed had skin cancer my blood pressure verys always been normal 168/100
    now dr put me on blood pressure pills but i had alot of surgerys never did i have to have a EKG y now they are doing a CBC and CMP & folic acid i had arthoscopic surgery 1 yr ago i tore liga ment now i have torn cartliged same knee that showd up on x-ray i didnt need mri i guess im just scared i dont no i have huntingtons choreia diesese HD my mother had it 4 out of 5 sibblings have ir 2 sisters passed from hd MOM passed from colon cancer dad had heart attack

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