My fiance just went to the dr. for anxiety and acid reflux. His concerns about anxiety were ignored and his blood pressure was high because he was terrified of the dr. I know, because I've seen him have panic attacks in the waiting room and then leave thinking he was going to die if he didn't get out of there. But he wanted some releif from the anxiety and trusted his dr. His anxiety discussion was ignored by the dr. who was more conserned about his high blood pressure. We were wondering if this fear and anxiety can cause high blood pressure. It was off the scale, but you should see him waiting for the dr. We also wondered if the high blood pressure could cause anxiety? I'm trying to get him to seek an other opinion ... but it was all I could do to get him to the first apt.
Meanwhile, he's on blood pressure medication and it's making him feel funny. Should we call the dr. again and see if they have something else, move on to an other dr. that will listen to us or just take the blood presure medicine as prescribed anyway? It's only been a couple of days. I tried to talk him into taking only half the pill because it's making him dizzy and I read that that means it's too much.
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