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Blood Pressure Update

Saturday, January 22, 2011

*Update on my doctor's visit/blood pressure
*Stress level
*Meet my doggie, Kibbles
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    2673 days ago
    emoticon on your weight loss. I love the video blog! It does appear to be more personal. Keep doing what you're doing!
    2674 days ago
    I do love the video blogs, it's like sitting there talking to you! emoticon

    Great job on the progress and the reduced blood pressure. I'm on the same meds. I do agree with WHISTLEFISHY, try to sound more excited about the weight loss! You have been doing so well, be proud of yourself!
    2675 days ago
    alright! virginia comes to video!great progress!you are doing it! the reduction of stress because of the shift change will probrably help out too! i still love yr hair!lol!
    2675 days ago
    Congratulations on your progress. I'm glad your blood pressure was down yesterday. I have to tell you that after 2 months of regular exercise, I was able to drop one of my blood pressure meds. The doctor says is if I keep at it (healthier eating and exercie) I will probably be able to get rid of the other pill. So best of luck. Glad you had a good day and thanks for the video blog.
    2675 days ago
    Kibbles is so cute! I find it very commendable that you're trying to fix the HTN and BS through diet and exercise and get off the pills. 18 lbs in a month and a half (pretty much) is freaking awesome. Start sounding more excited about it, lol. I'm sorry to hear about your father, he's a lucky man to have two personal nurses. I'm also a nurse, that in itself is enough cause for stress. So much so, if I don't get a proper control on the stress I think I'll be picking a different career path. Anyways, you're doing awesome. Keep on trucking through the rough parts of life and your rewards will come. (You're already getting lower BP!)
    2675 days ago
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