Hi, I was wondering if high pressure can cause fatigue (I'm not on any meds for PTC). I noticed that when my shunt was adjusted and my pressure went higher I was so tired all the time. My NO wanted to make sure my shunt was working so instead of the whole dye process with x-rays my NS just did a lower adjustment to see if it lowered my pressure (which it did) and all of the sudden I have all this energy. It's the weirdest thing and I can't find out if it is related or just a weird coicendence? Thanks.
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