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Having high blood pressure. Been through miscarriage. Later gave birth to baby girl with normal delivery, not able to produce enough milk. Remedy?

Hello, i am 32yr old, with 89kg, height 5'2. I'm having high blood pressure for a long time, from when even i don't know, because it never showed any symptoms. I'm married since 4yrs, in 1st yr after marriage i had a miscarriage of 10weeks, in Feb 2012, i gave birth to a baby boy who died 1 day before birth, had a normal delivery, now a month before i had a baby girl with a normal delivery. I cant drink milk because it increase my blood pressure, i don't want to feed my baby with bottle milk, but i am not producing enough milk to satisfy her, also tell me how to make my blood pressure normal.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Congratulations for your baby girl.
Breast milk let is influence by various factors including psychological state of mind,
diet and rhythm of breastfeeding. Stress distorts the mind leading psychological effects which could reduce the milk let down. Diet should be balance and enough to provide for both you and the baby. more so, you should take a lot of fluids without which milk let down will not be effective.
The frequency with which you breastfeed the child also matters, you should breastfeed the child more often to stimulate breast flow continuously. As concerns the hypertension, you need regular follow-up and if the blood pressure requires anti-hypertensive drugs, you need to be put on them.
Best regards and hope this helps you.
Dr Achuo
Answered: Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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