It seems that taking care of your blood pressure clears up a lot of minor inconveniences I had atributed to just aging. I'm reacting really well to the meds and I've been hovering around 108/75 with a 72 pulse.
Would that be half the pressure of 220/150, or does it work that way? Lowest I read was 101/65 with a 72 pulse and I had to call my sister the nurse about how low is too low and she said that 101/65 was an ideal blood pressure, though that looked like an internal hemorhage to me. (I guess the pulse rate would be higher though.)
A bunch of stuff is clearing up, from swollen feet, sometimes bad enough I had to double check to see if my shoes were on the correct feet, to freaking 'roids going away to improved kidney function. And it's been what? A week and a half since I started the meds?
What else should I expect?