Can antibiotics cause low blood pressure

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Be sure to read the directions and follow them closely so that you are sure that you are getting true blood pressure readings. The blood pressure readings you have listed, while on the low side, are not too low. IF you are not having symptoms of low blood pressure (dizzyness, fainting, etc.) then this may be the normal range for you. Since you feel anxious at the doctors office, those readings are probably not accurate for you either.
Me, again! Sorry, I pose so many questions, but with so many symptoms it is impossible ( even with 2 hr appts) to cover everything during a dr visit. Update to cover previous posts: I have a neuro opthamologist appt tomorrow. Appt with vasculitis clinic is being set up (though, I don't propose anything will come of it). LLMD is calling me back regarding the addition of LDN to my daily pile of pills and for permission to step up doxy to at least 200 a day.
One thing I did not mentioned to him is that my blood pressure has been running low recently. When I just took my bp it was 99/52. The diastolic number for the last few days has been below 60 and has been as low as 47. For the most part I feel alright maybe a tad bit weak and tired. I've been having abdominal tenderness, burping, hiccups, chest discomfort, and back aches. My doctor thinks these are related to reflux.
im a 47 year old woman blood pressure 126/92 pulse 76 . Dizzy nausea could my blood pressure be the cause of this?
what was your blood pressure? When I get super low bp, I also get the hands, feet, tongue and lips all numb. It's a very odd feeling to be sure. Have you passed out before? Has an event like this happened before. I see cardiology docs for years and have to eat a very high sodium diet. Just go see a regular cardiologist.
Outside influences, such as medications and cardiovascular condition, can also cause a drop in the blood pressure of a surgery patient. "The cause of low BP are many. There are general categories. There may be not enough circulating blood (e.g. bleeding). The heart may not be pumping adequately (heart attack, heart valve problems, abnormal heart rhythm or rate, the effects of drugs).
Hi, Low blood pressure can be caused by various causes out which few of them can be life threatening if immediate medical attention is not given. Some of the causes for hypotension are sepsis, dehydration, effect of antihypertensive drugs, pulmonary embolism, heart attack, bradycardia or tachycardia etc. As, mentioned your father has a history which can be a risk factor for developing recurrent infections or inflammation of the heart muscle or might be due to the drugs he is on.
dizzyness, resulting in lower blood pressure and heart beat which is still low, for example i walked to the drs who checked me blood pressure once, it was 140/85 since i had walked it there but my heart rate dropped to 50's, its never been this low, i have been tested for the laying down and standing blood pressure test too i really am not sure whats going on, can anyone give me some help/advice on this?what can be the cause? what should i get tested?
The fog in the brain is so bad that I can barely focus on anything. Allergies can do this. They can cause all of the symptoms that most of the people here are exhibiting. Strange but true. I'm not saying everyone has allergies that are causing their problems. By all means, make sure you see your doctor. Because other things can also cause our symptoms. From spinal meningitis to brain tumors to issues with your adrenal glands.
Do they sell Ocean( or any other salted water nasal spray) at the PX? Zertec can cause headaches and preasure(side effect) Can you get your hands on a cool mist humidifier? Also take eye breaks from the PC periodicly. Look at things at different lengths awayfrom you. Also bring your shoulders up to your ears afew times every hour. Deep breath in though your nose as you bring them up and release your breath through your month as your shoulders go down. Do that every 15 mins. if you can.
I have noticed though that from time to time it is brownish or appears to have blood in it. After this last bout I was given antibiotics which have gotten rid of the yellow junk problem, but this morning when I had my usual cough, blood came up, bright red and fresh. I am concerned I may have some sort of nasal cancer as I am a recently quit (social) smoker of 20yrs. Is this something to worry about?
5mg/day) for high blood pressure, but my physician doesn't believe that it can cause all of the symptoms I'm experiencing - MS-like symptoms. I check my blood pressure everytime I experience the vertigo to see if it has dropped too low which could explain the feeling like I'm going to pass out, but it's always normal.
Also, I have NEVER experienced painful urination/urge to urinate/blood in urine, or ANY urinary abnormality as far as I can tell.What I do feel is an enormous amount of internal pressure, on the right side, as though something were going to pop. Should I be alarmed? Is there an obvious misdiagnosis here? Thank you so much!
can severe pericarditis produce enough pressure on the diaphram to cause a hernia, and are these symptoms consistent with a diagnosis of diaphramatic hernia? If so, what is the treatment I should seek, and which type of doctor should I see, a cardiologist or an internal medicine specialist?
If your cancer had spread to the adrenal glands, that can damage these glands that are important in regulating blood pressure, and thus cause a low blood pressure. You should make an appointment with your cancer doctor and tell him about your symptoms and your blood pressure. I hope you find this information useful. Information provided in the heart forum is for general purposes only. Only your physician can provide specific diagnoses and therapies.
If your cancer had spread to the adrenal glands, that can damage these glands that are important in regulating blood pressure, and thus cause a low blood pressure. You should make an appointment with your cancer doctor and tell him about your symptoms and your blood pressure. I hope you find this information useful. Information provided in the heart forum is for general purposes only. Only your physician can provide specific diagnoses and therapies.
If your cancer had spread to the adrenal glands, that can damage these glands that are important in regulating blood pressure, and thus cause a low blood pressure. You should make an appointment with your cancer doctor and tell him about your symptoms and your blood pressure. I hope you find this information useful. Information provided in the heart forum is for general purposes only. Only your physician can provide specific diagnoses and therapies.
I told the pharmacist I get low blood pressure frequently and I said whats too low? He said normal is around 130 over blah and low is anything under like 100 over 50 or 90 over 50, what ever, you catch the drift. So I said, so if I take this and my bp it low like 95 over 50 stop taking and call the doctor. On to the question. I have been taking my bp and blood oxygen levels with my dads equipment and decided before I take something that lowers my bp I am gonna start a journal.
If you have iron overload it is treatable through removing blood as one does when donating blood. Untreated it can do irriversable damage. I suggest anyone with irregular heart beat, or thyroid issues be certain that their total body iron be evaluated. Best of luck.
When looking at my history, it all began after the birth of my first child 3 yrs back. After I had him I had my 8 week check up and I was perfectly fine, blood pressure and bloods were normal. Then by 12-15 weeks after the birth I had developed this arrythmia and yes very severe health anxiety. They said it was post natal depression at the time but it never resolved.
Also its constantly hard to breath through my nose, I always feel resistance like my airway is inflammed. Can Sinuses cause all these problems? The thing is I don't have any real obvious symptoms of a sinus problem. I do sometimes feel that there is pressure around my eyes and bridge of nose but nothing real major. Anyways I visited the doctor and she thought that they did look inflammed so she gave me some steroids because she didn't think antibiotics would help.
now,this rate is not very fast,but i am feeling muscle aches in my hands and my lower legs and i am having a slight headache. my blood pressure is good...118/81. can my heart rate be causing these muscle problems? all i am doing is sitting but it feels as though i ran about 5-10 miles,i am that fatigued.
eventually i was forced to go to the doctor who ordered some blood tests and an x-ray. they were normal, except for coeliac. i had a biopsy which confirmed coeliac, and i stopped eating gluten (assuming this would fix the pain, bloating and constipation). while the bloating and constipation stopped, the pain remained.
My last two pregnancies I've had trouble with high blood pressure, and the other day I went to see my doctor to check my blood pressure & he suggested that I take ramilich to lower my blood pressure which maybe caused by stress. He also recommended that I take a blood test & made an appointment for me to see a cardiologist. As it turned out, my blood test indicates a borreliosis or Lyme disease.
He obviously has an issue with that and low blood pressure can cause the dizziness and pre-syncope. You never really said what happened to him while having that test done, so we don't ACTUALLY know what is going on there. You might want to write on some of the nuerological forums, maybe they can help you over there.
I had a full blood count test (among other general blood tests) done as I have not been feeling well lately, and am starting to get worried that I may have some sort of cancer. But my results came back perfect and my doctor told me that if I did have some sort of a tumor or cancer some of my results would have shown something suspicious (i.e: an elevated white blood count). Is this true?
I know the endocrine system is connected and relies on gastrointestinal functions (specifically absorption of vitamins and minerals) to work properly. I'm looking for a root cause. I've been treating symptom after symptom for over a decade. I've never had regular menstrual cycles and have been on birth control for nearly a decade to regulate them.
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