Narrowed Renal Artery Symptoms
Renal artery stenosis causes high blood pressure. Most people with hypertension have no symptoms. However, symptoms may develop when the blood pressure changes rapidly or becomes very high.
The initial symptoms of renal artery stenosis include:
- High blood pressure:
- Systolic blood pressure reading (top number) over 200
- Diastolic blood pressure reading (bottom number) over 100
- Chronic headaches
- Blurry vision
- Mild fatigue
Symptoms of worsening high blood pressure from renal artery stenosis include:
Narrowed Renal Artery Kidney Failure
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