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Doctor's Appointment, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Diet and New Book
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By Justin B. Terry-Smith

February 20, 2013


Recently, I went to my doctor's appointment and saw that I had borderline hypertension. The doctor also said that my T cells had dropped as well. This is NOT good. But I'm still undetectable, which is good. All my vitals were good except of course because of hypertension. I'm only 33 and someone has told me I'm much too young to have this diagnosis. Since I'm in school for my master's degree, engaging in activism and writing and having a kid on top of that, stress has been at its highest I've ever had in my life. After my appointment, my doctor has told me that my cholesterol is under control and everything seems to be doing well. He has recommended I go back on fish oil and vitamin D.

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