Jaw pain high blood pressure

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Some patients (especially women) can have atypical angina like jaw or teeth pain. In your case, it is possible that when your blood pressure is high your heart has to pump harder, increasing the oxygen demand and triggering the teeth pain (like angina). The blood pressure goal for hypertensive patients under treatment is in general less than 140/90 mmHg and atenolol alone is usually not enough as a single medication.
For 3 months now I have been dealing with extreme high blood pressure. Avg. 220/123, accompanied by chest pain in my upper left size of my chest. This pain does not move. I have been put in the hospital 3 times within these 3 months. I get stress tests, ultrasounds, X-rays and blood work. All tests says I am not having a heart attack, but with my blood pressure being high it is making my left side of my heart to struggle and causing my heart walls to thicken..
I bought a blood pressure machine and I think I got phased about it. But I. Head everyone's blood pressure goes up with an attack or stress.
Exposure to loud noise, otosclerosis, acoustic neuromas, inner ear infection,TMJ disorders, Meniere’s disease all can cause dizziness. High blood pressure, head and neck tumors are few other possible causes. Stress, any injury to the jaw, dislocation of disc between ball and socket of the joint, grinding the teeth can all lead to Temperomandibular joint disorders.
A blood pressure of 140/90 isn't a dangerously high blood pressure, but the heart rate is rapid. Since all of your tests came out within normal limits, look to your diet. Do you eat iodine? If you don't eat fish (other than tuna), or iodized salt (1tsp/day) you might have a problem with low iodine. The symptoms are anxiety, panic, brain fog, rapid heart rate, increase in blood pressure, and nightmares.
After a painfull surgery, I start having a very weird arrhytmia problem as well as high blood pressure. It was 8 months ago. Before that surgery, I always had a normal blood pressure with fast pulse rate because of the anxiety. Since the last 8 months, I start experiencing strange heart pulse rate (mostly low pulse rate when I get anxious, insistead of the high pulse rate that I had before).
A few minutes after starting up, I'd notice pain in my jaw. If I kept going, sometimes the pain would subside eventually (perhaps after I found my pace?). I went to a cardiologist who was at first unconcerned. He did an EKG and my blood pressure was fine. I then went for a stress test and an echocardiogram. I think the echo was fine but the stress test was "positive." He then recommended a nuclear stress test, which also came up positive.
I've always had lower blood pressure and am very healthy. I also feel a pain in my left jaw that radiates down my left shoulder. I'm sure this may be serious, but how serious is the question? I have an appointment with my family physician tomorrow. Thank you for your medical insight and advice in advance.
I am a nonsmoker and I am not diabetic nor have high blood pressure. The only reason why I am concerned is because I have both chest and jaw pain and those are heart attack symptoms. I also have pain in both my arms. A couple days agobefore I went to the doctors I had sweating, pressure in chest, and trouble breathing Is that why the EKG came back normal because those symptoms were gone at the time?
A good internal medicine specialist should be able to handle the adjustment of her medications and help screen for other causes of high blood pressure. Also,they are also probably a bit more accessible then her cardiologist. Hope this is a start.
Also diagnosed with diabetes. High blood pressure. Since stroke I have been having irregular periods. Usually about every 3 weeks, used to be very heavy now very light. Lasting about 10 days. In last year right before my period my ears hurt and I get light-headed and nauseated. Have had teeth and ears checked, they are o.k. On meds for diabetes, blood pressure,anxiety and stroke for 2 years. Could these symptoms be hormone related? What to do?
Hello, I'm a 35 year old female with chest pressure that goes into my jaw and left arm for the past 6 weeks. I had an episode of chest pressure that lasted for about 36 hours. Went to the ER where they did the typical EKG, bloodwork, chest x ray and CT scan with contrast of my chest. Everything came back good and I was released to follow up with my PCP. My cardiac enzymes were perfect but my D Dimer was 5.2 which they said was very slightly elevated so that's why they the CT scan.
Most normal blood pressures fall in the range of 90/60 mm Hg to 130/80 mm Hg, but a significant change, even as little as 20 mm Hg, can cause problems for some people. When the blood pressure is too low, there is inadequate blood flow to the heart, brain, and other vital organs. How are you feeling?
In case the symptoms are persistent and troublesome , consult your physician and ask him to put you on a different class of antihypertensive medication. Also is your blood pressure under control now, because a fluctuation in your blood pressure could also cause these symptoms. Do you have any associated symptoms or clinical features or are you on any other medication? Goodluck.
HI there! And thank you so much for all of your wonderful help in the heart community! I have suffered with panic and anxiety for 13 + years. It can be crippling to say the least. But why won't your doc give you a SSRI? I have been on zoloft for that entire time (different dosages depending on my stage in life and need) and have been blessed with it. And I know docs tend to fall back on the "its anxiety and panic" thing but your symptoms sound like those EXACTLY.
My doctor said the same thing when I went in to get the pain checked out...he said b/c my neck didn't hurt he didn't understand how the pain in the chest/back was connected to the jaw. If I find anything out I will definitely let you know. It's kind of a relief to know I'm not the only one out there experiencing this!
I have had Heart Stress Test with LVEF of 67%, All blood work comes back as normal for kidney & Liver Function, Thyroid function normal, all other general bloods normal, Blood Pressure within normal range, chest xray normal, tested once for cardiac enzeymes when I had the below feelings and came back normal.
It could be from spasms of the coronary arteries this can be brought on by exercise. Are you on any high blood pressure medicines? All the symptoms indicate something cardiac. I hope they figure it out quickly good luck.
Hi, I am a 62 year old female with MVP. I am of normal weight. My blood pressure fluctuates from below 90 /70 to a high of 140/90. Average is 120/80. My pulse runs from 64-88. I exercise every day. My cholesterol, etc. are in the low-normal range. I have recently been diagnosed with leukopenia. I have had two episodes of tachycardia in the past two months. Both episodes were resolved after I took 25mg of Metoprolol and 1/2 of the smallest dose of ativan.
Throbbing pain between jaw and sinus area could be due to infection in tooth, TMJ, ear infection or due to high blood pressure. I think you should discuss these possibilities with your doctor. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining. Hope this helps. Take care!
Now ever since then I have at different times of the day and week this shallow pain in my chest that radiates down my left arm, and makes it tingle and moves to my left shoulder blade and sometimes to the jaw. Along with these symptoms, my blood pressure jumps from a low of 100/50 to 179/95 which is high for me as normally I am at 120/70.
I am having severe pain in the center of my chest followed by throat and jaw pain. Normally lasts about 15 min. Has happened approx 8 times in the last 5 days.
Right now its doing nothing for the tachycardia and I do a test and dont take it for 2 days and had the same low blood pressure and cheat pain and arm pain problem so its not related to the Propanolol. I had almost all the heart tests done by my Cardio Doc and all the results are negative. My Cardio talk about drinking more salty drink like Gatorade to increase my blood pressure but its not helping me.
felt like a problem in my jaw, and applying pressure (massaging) to the main muscle on the jaw seemed to help the pain. Now, as the problem is persistent, as I am feeling more and more "sluggish" by the day. I have not had a fever, but nasal discharge (when blowing my nose) is often green and occasionally contains small amounts of blood.
Have symptoms of CAD, extreme weakness, extreme fatigue, chest pains, jaw pain, arm pain, dizziness, shortness of breath after very little exertion. I can sit down and get up 2 -3 times then next try my legs just twitch slightly, don't move. The deterioration is proceeding too fast to be just age. I lost 25 lbs 2009/2010 winter, walking and and swimming every day. Now I'm up to 220 lbs, I can walk but must stop and rest every block or so, every 1/2 block uphill.
I have been told I have a "loud" hear murmur and have high blood pressure for at least 15 years. I am 57 years old on 2 blood pressure meds for 10 years, both parents-in their mid 80's-have high blood pressure as well as my only sibling that was hospitalized with rheumatic fever twice as a child. Just about every doctor I have been to gets really excited when they listen to my heart for the first time, I had a trans-esophagul(sp) echo about 15 years ago, and several echo's since.
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