• Nat Nat
    December 03, 2009
    Can high blood pressure cause you to feel tired?
    Nat Nat
    December 03, 2009

    I'm on medication for my blood pressure now and have been for about six or seven years. For about two years I've been getting very tired all of a sudden. It's a strange feeling, almost like a fever comes over me and I get very sleepy and feel like I need to lie down. (But I do not want to!)   I have talked to my neurologist, my hemotologist, and my gynecologist about this, as well as my family doctor. I have had a stress test and an MRI and everything was normal.

    They all seem to think it is depression, but I don't! I wonder if it is a rise in my blood pressure or maybe the start of menopause?  Please help.

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