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I suggest that you go to a pharmacy or clinic and have your blood pressure checked and see your physician to have a blood panel done to determine if you are hyper or hypoglycemic. If you are overweight you may ask about Type 2 Diabetes. I would not rely on web based answers unless done by a physician. Try Mayo Clinic's website and enter your symptoms. See http://www.mayoclinic.org/symptom-checker/select-symptom/itt-20009075
The Mayo Clinic is at http://www.mayoclinic.org/ - and information on heart diseases and many other subjects can be found by using their Search box at the top of the page. It\'s a good search tool, uses "intelligent" searching, much like Google.
Lois, I know that the Mayo Clinic is a large Non-Profit Medical Care, Researcher, Educator and Physician Referral Service. They have locations in several states. I found NOTHING when searching their website regarding "Baxter Body Treatments".
Did you perhaps go to the "Advertisers" section of their website, which clearly has a disclaimer that they are not endorsing any of the treatments or products being advertised; it's strictly an avenue of revenue for them. Perhaps you can send me the link you went to originally.