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    An_246227 posted:
    My 45 year old husband has high blood pressure and is currently medicated. After an active sex encounter, he got a severe headaches and couldnt cool off. He took some advil and a cool shower but is still feeling bad. Should I make him go to the doctor?

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    billh99 responded:
    Those symptoms he should probably to go the ER now.

    http://www.midmichigan.org/conditions-treatments/UrgentCare/er-or-urgent-care/

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    If you are experiencing any of these emergency warning signs, Don't Wait and Don't Drive. Dial 911 or your local ambulance service:

    Heavy Sweating
    Sudden, severe headache


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