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Why did my BP increase after getting cured of chickenpox ?

I had a blood pressure from 1 month ago(160/100) at first. but from that day i am suffered by chickenpox . then pressure is normal(130/90) .after finishing the chicken pox , one day my pressure increased to 160/90. then i took drug from doctor . now my pressue 130/90. i want to know what is relationship between bp and chicken pox.should take drug now. what i can.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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Dear thanks for query.Dear there is no relation between them.Dear please take the drugs regularly as advised.Please also go for some basic tests like lipid profile,kindly function test ,blood sugar etc. Do not shy away from medicines,the goal is to keep your blood pressure normal with or without medicines.
Answered: Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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chicken pox is viral infection affecting respiratory muscle leads to respiratory muscle weakness.respiration in lungs having influance over the development of pressure in body blood vessels,and oxygen delivery during respiration activites affects the resptors in body region.,which lower the blood pressure.
Answered: Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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