Creatinine 1.34, no high blood pressure, no diabetes, should I be worried?

Depends. Your creatinine level is a bit above normal, however, if you are a muscular an with lot of physical activity, it may be normal for you. It would be prudent to talk to your who ordered the test and get the value of your estimated glomerular filtration rate. If that value is above 90 you should be okay. You may consult this site for info: http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/creatinine-test/details/results/rsc-20179431.

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Should I be worried about a few high blood pressure readings in a day. One was 174/104?

Hypertension. Yes, you should be concerned. This blood pressure reading is too high. You should get checked by your primary care provider. You may not have any problems at all, but if you blood pressure is this high, you may need to be on medicine to correct it. I'd recommend seeing someone fairly soon about it. Read more...

I have high blood pressure. Can one beer a day lower it?

Beer and Health. Most likely not. Beer is full of carbohydrate calories. Carbs are the main problem with obesity and obesity often is a factor in high blood pressure. There would be no medicinal benefit for drinking beer. Read more...
Probably no effect. Any possible affect of one daily beer on your BP will probably only be very temporary. If the beer is giving you unneeded calories and/or sodium, it could even make your BP go up. Read more...
Get your stress out. Relaxation is the key to reversing tension associated with high blood pressure. An occasional beer if it helps you to relax may be useful but the long term solution is to learn how to live a low or no stress life style. Exercise, meditation and other movement practices like chi gung are very useful as well as elimination of red and hormone containing meats. Garlic is quite helpful. Read more...

Should I see some one about high blood pressure, and the fact that my left ventenical is in larged. And pumping the blood back out.?

Yes. High blood pressure is something that should be treated, especially if your heart is compensating by having an enlarged left ventricle. You should follow up with your physician on these results and make sure you live a healthy lifestyle and are compliant with any medications they decide will be beneficial for you. Read more...
Yes. It is not uncommon for high blood pressure to have effects on the ventricles. But this does not happen unless the BP has been quite high for some time. Any cardiologist will be able to evaluate your condition and recommend appropriate medications to treat it. Read more...
Yes. -- sounded like someone already told you quite a bit about your condition -- i think you need to see a cardiologist asap. Read more...

Do I have high Blood pressure as a teenager? Almost all my readings has been over 130 and the highest recent one was 141/98. what should I do?

Get evaluated. I worry less about an upper number of 130 than the 141 and the lower number of 98 is definitely high. This is not ER like high, but you need to get in for a review of your history, exam and some testing. Cut out any salty foods from your diet for now as well as caffeine. If the doc can exclude some medical issues you may have simple high blood pressure.Sometimes diet/activity can help or meds. Read more...

If very high blood pressure can be a symtom of white coat syndrome, how can it be controlled? One says--do not try. Hmm?

True "white coat"? If a person only has measurements of elevated blood pressure at the clinic, but normal measurements at home, at work, and during the stressful moments of his day, then he is likely ok. However, if he tries his best to check his blood pressure during times of stress (not relaxed on the sofa), and keeps a record of all the measurements, and many are elevated, then his doctor may want to treat him. Read more...