posted on Oct, 4 2016 @ 01:29 AM
What could cause 3 healthy women, all under age 50, who work together 40 hrs per week and get along, to almost simultaneously have rapid, dramatic
surges in blood pressure? Could glue from the new office carpet be getting to us? A hypertension poltergeist? We work in an academic setting. Stress?
In the past three months, myself and 2 Co workers have all developed scary high blood pressure. I had preeclampsia with my baby in June, and my b.p.
has stayed scary high. 160/100, without medication. I am in my early 30s... Eat right, exercise...Very strange.
My coworker, Y, was taken to the ER for headaches and extremely high b.p. They did a cat scan, and thought she was having a stroke. She is in her
early 40s and hits the gym every day.
And now today, another colleague, C, was rushed to the ER for freakishly high b.p. She
is a competitive bicyclist. Very fit.
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