Over the last couple of weeks, my blood pressure seems to be varying a lot--at least it is based on the readings taken at various doctor's visits. In mid-January, I saw my neurologist about neurpathic pain in my feet, and the nurse took my BP. I don't remember the exact number, but it was something like 145/60. That's a lot higher than my normal (which is usually more like 110/70 to 120/80), and even higher than my occasional "white coat" reading, where the upper number may be around 135. The nurse double checked the reading after I finished with the doctor, and it was still about the same. The next day, I went into the office for a nerve conduction test, and they decided to check my BP again. This time, it was in my usual range. Then today, when I went to see my urologist, the BP reading was something like 176/94! Theat's the highest reading since I had an IV solumedrol treatment that pushed my BP way up. I've been trying to search for info on unstable blood pressure on the Internet, but I haven't had much luck. In fact, I'm not even sure whether just these few readings would really be unstable BP. I know it could have been just a mistake in the readings. But today's reading really bothered me, especially in view of the undiagnosed chest pains I get on and off. I saw one earlier message on the subject of changing BP readings, but there was only one response. If anybody knows anything about this subject, including whether fibromyalgia or medications might be responsible, please let me know. Thanks. --Laura R.M.