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What would cause a spike in high blood pressure? From normal to 220 -103

Many things. Stress, anxiety, pain, sleep deprivation, anger, during resistance lifting(some of the highest blood pressure recorded have occurred during power lifting maneuvers), missing blood pressure lowering medications. Each case needs to be look at in detail to have a better sense of the possible cause(s). Read more...

My grandmas blood pressure is 205bp, she does have high blood pressure. Is this normal for someone with high blood pressure?

No. A level of 205 is quite high and most important is whether your grandma has any symptoms with this and whether this was a single reading or if it is persistently greater than 170. Be sure to get your grandma to the doctor this week! Read more...

What are some early indicators of high blood pressure?

H/A's, bloody nose.. High blood pressure can cause headaches, bloody noses and other symptoms. If you suspect you have high BP you should see your doctor. Untreated high BP can lead to stroke, heart attack, kidney failure and other problems. Read more...

My 29 year old daughter has high blood pressure all blood work is normal any other reason for this?

If all blood work. Is normal . Certain imaging studies to exclude the kidneys/renal arteries as a cause woul be helpful. Diet, tobacco use, alcohol may be playing a role. Htn especially in younger individuals should be evaluated bt a hypertension specialist. Read more...
Blood pressure. First numbers need to be within normal range to avoid complication. Their can be multiple causes to that, from being obese , if your bmi is not in healthy range, and other risk factor can increase the likelihood of blood pressure. Read more...
Hypertension. Unfortunately blood tests seldom offer clues to hypertension. Htn is insidious & can result from many factors including obesity, alcohol, salt consumption & genetics. The best thing she can do is get appropriately treated (including dietary changes, exercise & weight loss) to avoid long term end-organ damage. Read more...