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What are the symptoms of secondary high blood pressure?

Typically, secondary high blood pressure doesn't have any symptoms. However, if left untreated it can cause a lot of damage to your organs and that may cause symptoms like headaches, vomiting and fatigue. Your doctor usually checks your blood pressure every time you come in and if you don't go for a check up at least twice a year, you may want to reconsider. Catching your high blood pressure early will allow you to treat it and lessen the chance that it will cause serious damage.

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