Can thyroid disease cause sudden high blood pressure?

Yes. An over active thyroid can released excess thyroid hormone into your bloodstream potentially raising blood pressure.Alternatively a sluggish thyroid can cause low blood pressure as one's metabolism is too low.

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High blood pressure and got pain in neck left side?

See a doctor. We can't diagnose the problem without more information, but high blood pressure and left sided neck pain are a concerning combination. If you are are experiencing pain now, see a doctor right away. Read more...

What disease causes a woman miscarries due to high blood pressure?

Eclampsia. Severe pregnancy associated high blood pressure is called eclampsia, hypertensive disorder of pregnancy or toxemia of pregnancy. Regular medical care during pregnancy and through the delivery and post-delivery period can help prevent adverse outcomes. Read more...

What kinds of heart conditions / diseases are caused due to high blood pressure?

Hypertrophic N then. Chronic hypertension often cause hypertrophy (thickening of heartwalls) and thus stiffness, and eventually become ischemic (not enough blood) and can dilate (enlarge) etc... Too thick/stiff =can't fill well; ischemic=chest pain/heart attack; dilated/weakened=congestive heartfailure. It is a complicated process which can be mitgated by treating high blood pressure. Consult doc. Good luck. Read more...