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    Quote Originally Posted by Victoria Moss View Post
    When I dislocated my shoulder earlier this year my BP was through the roof. Once the doctor had put it back into it's socket the nurse quipped, " well that worked your BP has dropped 30 points already."
    Maybe Victoria you should do that more often if it drops that much. LOL
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    Many that go into the Doctors Rooms get what is known as White Coat Syndrome ,I know as I do all the time.
    I take my Blood Pressure before going and its always quite normal,after sitting and waiting for a while at the Doctors by the time I get in the pressure has gone up! But if sitting for another few minutes and talking to the Doctor,after a while he then re takes the pressure and Bingo! Sure enough its down!
    Happens to Millions of people I am told!
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    Maybe Victoria you should do that more often if it drops that much. LOL
    Funny you should say that. The same shoulder had been giving me a lot of pain before it went out. After the reduction of the dislocation I found the pain from before was much reduced. The physio said that was a bit of a drastic way to sort out arthritic pain. Still holding up so far the other side ....well not so good but don't think I could go through that dislocation pain again.

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