So I went to see my doctor today and the first thing they did was take my vitals. The tech was about to write down my blood pressure and she stopped and said, " That can't be right you're BP has always been very good." The she proceeded to take my BP again, with the same results. Then she switched arms and guess what? That's right, it was the same. I could see the look of concern on her face and that wasn't very comforting.My BP was 140/107 as opposed to 110/70 which is what it was last time and it's always close to 110/70 or better So then I see my doctor and it's not concerned in the least. I also thought that I was getting a stress test today because I called my doctor last week and told him that I've been having chest pains and shortness of breath.Well the stress test is not until Sept. 8th. I am just assuming that this is all not a big deal because my doc doesn't seem to be concerned. But of course I am thinking I am going to just have a stoke at any minute. Has this ever happen to anyone else? Did they live?
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