Patient Comments: High Blood Pressure - Symptoms
What symptoms do you have from your high blood pressure?
A Doctor's View on High Blood Pressure Symptoms
Read the Comment by William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR
Did you know that high blood pressure commonly won't cause any symptoms at all. The danger to this is that high blood pressure may be damaging your organs, and you don't realize it. If you have uncomplicated high blood pressure (hypertension) you may have a headache, feel dizzy, have blurred vision, and shortness of breath. Read the entire Doctor's View
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