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Side effects of alcohol consumption - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello doctor
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   i just want to knw that whther alchol increases the chaces of high blood pressure
User :   ????
Doctor :   please proceed with your query
Doctor :   yes alcohol is a major risk factor for hypertnesion
User :   if a person drinks arnd 7-8 times in a month can it wiould be possible that it may have a high BP
Doctor :   not only hypertenion
Doctor :   but also diabetes an heart disease
User :   actaully in the age of 24
User :   wat will be the BP shold be
User :   ???
User :   i measued 160
User :   by nurse
User :   nothing more i absusement
User :   this is only habit i hv
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   let me explain this to you
User :   ok
Doctor :   any family history of hypertension
User :   no
Doctor :   are yu over wt or obese
User :   notihng like that
User :   no slim
Doctor :   ok
User :   height is 6
Doctor :   ok
User :   weight is 65
Doctor :   wt??????
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   based on one reading we cant say it as hypertension

Doctor :   it should be repeated for another 2- 3 times in next 23- days
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