Dan, I asked, because I have an online friend working HepC / HIV unit, ( he has humour but gives real advise) - He Said "If you fall over, your BP is low" - Thinking of your dizziness. Do You have your own machine? I'm not convinced they are totally trustworthy. Even tbe do it yourself one at the GPs always gives me a high reading, but when nurse does it, it's fine. I think Jolie discussed size of cuffs etc and one size doesn't suit all (My recent mantra!)
No my old NHS Dr doesn't support me ha ha Awful man.(not the Proff, he was awesome but retired, a newly allocated one) i have re referred now. I cannot share as yet, but it's worth looking around, email a few or find ones who have an online presence? I will let you know if this changes. Your bloods are ok, so maybe you do need a neuro Doc? But in the meantime, every time you visit nurse or GP, ask them to take BP, the more obs they do, the better really. Think you need to do a few in a row, to get a general picture as you say, BP does go up and down.
Have you updated the MMed Drs then? I know Tim has been v busy.
GT1a Dec14 F2/8.7 VL 900000-2.5M
Jan16 Hepcivir-L MonkMed/Redemption
Baseline: VL 913575 Alt 76 Platelets low
Wk2 VL1157 Alt 23
DET Wk 8 VL 32 Alt19 'In the slow lane'
June16 Fibro 5.7 F0/1 LIF 1.5
Wk 11 VL<12 Alt 13 Det/Unq
Extending tx 12 wks Mylan Sofo/Dac MonkMed
Wk 14 VL <12 Det/Unq
Wk 16 VL UNDETECTED
Wk 22 + 4 Wks Sunprevir FixHepC
Wk 24 UNDETECTED Alt 13
Wk 12 post tx SVR12 Wk 26 SVR24
Thank-you Tim, Dr Debasis @ MonkMed & Dr Freeman @ Fix HepC