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Hypertension - Symptoms

Most of the time, high blood pressure does not cause any symptoms. Hypertension is usually picked up during a routine medical examination. 

Hypertension may only cause symptoms if it reaches dangerously high levels. These symptoms may include headaches, visual disturbances, chest pain, or feeling breathless.

Hypertension - Preparing for surgery

Hypertension - Post-surgery care

Hypertension - Other Information