Q:
Does high blood pressure cause ear ache, severe neck pain and unusual sounds in the ears? Each time I feel these symptoms and I check my blood pressure, I will notice a slight increase.  I would like to know all the symptoms of high blood pressure.  Thank you.

A:
 High blood pressure does not cause symptoms until it is too late. That is why the disease is known as the silent killer. Hypertension often is not diagnosed until someone is in the emergency room with a stroke or heart attack. Many people report they can tell their pressure is up by the way they feel, but studies have not shown this to be true.   However, untreated high blood pressure can damage your body and such damage to your heart and kidneys, for example, has symptoms.  If one is experiencing symptoms it may be due to heart or kidney problems caused by untreated hypertension.  This is why it is important to have your blood pressure checked every year to avoid any future health problems.  We suggest that you speak with your doctor about what you are experiencing.

Another fact to take into consideration is that high blood pressure medications can cause side effects similar to what you are describing.  If you are taking medications for high blood pressure, then speak with your doctor about changing your medications.

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