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Diagnosed with high blood pressure, cough turned into chest infection. Cause for urine urgency?

Hi i have been diagnosed in the last 3 weeks with high blood pressure ive had umpteen tests and put on medication , ive had a very tickly cough which the doctor said id probably get which then turned into a chest infection i had antibiotics to clear that up but im having a problem with wetting myself and pain in my back i was wondering what this could be thank you .
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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you might be having lower respiratory tract infection giving rise to cough and body ache.
If after course of antibiotic your problem persisted, there is a possibility of having this cough due to some medicine like Beta blocker which is common to give cough or ronchi.
Consult your doctor and discuss about this.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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