2019 things went bad last year. My blood pressure drifted up and I
only had blood work done once in late Sept. in 2018 and 2019. I
didn’t do anything about the blood pressure drifting up in 2019. That
was a big mistake. !!!!!!!!!!!!
were fine in 2018 but in 2019 things went to bad. In 2019 shortly
before the blood Draw I could not exercise at the gym very well and I
rested to heal my hip but it didn’t heal. I saw my Cardiologist
shortly after my blood draw and he upped by CANDESARTIAN from 4
Mgs a day to 8. I saw the Hip doctor in October and
he appear to tell me I had a arthritic Hip and appeared to encourage
to have a nice life and not get surgery keep the weight off which I
had and use magnesium water for the hip. I did that but I couldn’t
really exercise. He did give me an anti-inflammatory drug to help
with the hip pain but it spiked my blood glucose twice so I quit
using. I wound up seeing my cardiologist again and he upped
Clandestine to 16 mg a day. I should have fought him on it but I
didn’t. I am also on 12.5 mg of Carvedilol and have been for years.
got back to the hip doctor after Christmas in January and he
recommenced I do PT for 6 weeks and I am in the beginning of the
third week of it and it is going well. My problem is I
couldn’t really exercise and my blood pressure rose from my Bone on
Bone Left hip (IMO). So the BP meds I think helped raise my Blood
Glucose levels and the Hip problem combined with lack of Exercise.
I am doing well in PT and I found Ming Chew’s book The Permanent Pain Cure The best program on
dealing with hip,back and knee pain ,which appears to be a very good
Anyone familiar with Ming Chew’s work ?
short I feel Damned and almost hopeless. After seeing Dr
Reversal Webinar and Q&A.
decided to give it another shot.
need to lower my Blood pressure and the Blood glucose is
elevated. I Drank a lot of magnesium water today but it had no
effect on my BP. I will work at taking magnesium tomorrow both
as mag water and regular Magnesium malate. I need a game to
also went to my primary and asked her to put me on metfomin. She did due to my 104 Mg/dl fasting glucose and she said I wasn’t
diabetic. I only take metformin once a day but it doesn’t seem to
have much of an effect and I am regretting I ever went on it.
need a game plan to turn this around. I have considered doing a hip
replacement but I haven’t seen any doctors about it yet plus I have
to finish 6 weeks of PT before I can even be allowed to consider it.
I have been distracted by the problems with the hip and haven’t
figured a good way forward. I can post more stuff later and prayers
would be appreciated for direction and a plan.
Thanks much. Heart_Builder