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    BP is 50/100 from past one month
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    An_247981 posted:
    My blood pressure has always been normal at around 120/80. Over the last two month I have noticed a major difference in my BP usually around 156/104. I have also had some strange vision changes that I just began to notice about one months ago, One month back i got viral fever,about the same time the blood pressure problems started. I get nagging, but not very painful headaches a few times/day. I know I need to see a doctor, but in the meantime I just want to get as much information/feedback as I can. (I usually check my BP it is 150/100 from past one month) I am a 28 year old Male.Any information/feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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