High blood pressure. Doctor suggest me to take medicine for control High BP.
and i continued it 2 years. then i feel better but recently i got another problem. now my pressure is not normal .. some times high some times low...when i feel bad after measure BP then took medicine and immediately it falls down. and i cant goes to sleep well. before 2 days i feel very bad and meet with doctor . He is FCPS (Medicine) gve me some Medical test. like Blood ( mormal ), urine ( no comments). ECG ( Rate: 84bpm, Rhythm: Sinus. Axis: Right axis deviation, O wave: normal, P- R imterval: normal, Q wave: Pathological Q absent,
Q R S Complex: Incomplete RBBB Pattarn, ST segment: Isoelectric, T wave: Upright., QT interval: normal , others: ---------. Comments: ?RVH
RVH means right ventricular hypertophy. The muscle of the right side of your heart, the side that pumps to your lungs is thickened. but your chest x-ray was normal, which is good, because if it was very badly thickened it would appear on the x-ray.
RBBB means right bundle branch block. It means the electricity moves throught the right side of your heart, but it is very common and does not mean that your heart is damaged or anything. Do you have any breathing issues?
Sounds like you just need some help with blood pressure control and finding the right medicine. Your diet plays a very important role in blood pressure and how your medicines work. Google "DASH diet" it is a diet just for blood presssure, but it is an overall healthy way of eating for your whole body.
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