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My blood pressure just checked 98/56 with a pulse rate of 107.

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My blood pressure just checked 98/56 with a pulse rate of 107. I ache a lot and have indigestion with some faintness and a cold sweat. Fatigue. I have slept all day.Had some diarrhea. Indigestion almost feels like a blockage. Thoughts? Safe?
Greetings. Can you tell me some more about your medical history? Any prior abdominal surgeries? Any belly pain? What does your blood pressure typically run when you are feeling well?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
BP is normally 130/ 90. Hernia repair. I began to feel like a sinus infection & lungs. I had an old rx of azithromcin 250 mg[discard after 12/7/09]. I took th first 2 of 6 last night; also-sertaline 100, lorazepam 2 mg, simcor 1000- 20 mg and generic zyrtec. I took 1 regular aspirin am 2 advil. Heart was checked wit nuclear stress and ultra sound about a month ago; fine!
Thank you for the additional information. When someone is having diarrhea and not vomiting or having abdominal pain, obstruction is less likely. Given your recent symptoms suggesting a sinus infection coming on and diarrhea, it is also possible that you are experiencing a viral illness which can cause symptoms all over your body. These typically do not require specific treatment besides having a light diet, drinking plenty of fluids to avoid further dehydrated. Dehydration is a potential cause of your elevated heart rate. Dehydration can be treated with increased fluid intake, especially a balanced electrolyte solution such as Gatorade or powerade.
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