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Ablation, stress, concor 2.5mg, blood pressure normal

Hello.. i m 23 y/o male, i had ablation when i was 19 i used to have AVRNT, i had my slow pathway ablated, upon some stress factors of exams and family problems, my bp was 190/50 my doctor prescribed concor 2.5mg daily, when i went to check aftr 3 months my bp was 140/80 but i think that was out of stress and waiting alot outside to see the doctor, at rest sometime heart rate is about 60 and pressure is 130/65 or something! do i need to talk the medication, i m 123 kg, 188cm and last tests says little high uric acid and serum TG and VLDL and 185 total cholestrol also good value of Hb1AC.. i m waiting your reply soon please.
Asked On : Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

See an Internist / get yourself examined / more investigatton may be necessary...
Ambulatory monitoring of the blood pressure and heart rate may be necessary...
Causes of episodic hypertension (like Pheochromocytoma) may have to be inestigated...
Stress management – Psychological assessment and assistance can be of help...
Aggressive management of risk factors (urate / VLDL) and weight teduction are mandatory

Take care     
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Mon, 19 Aug 2013
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