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Quitting smoking and high BP - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Smoking and Alcohol Addiction
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   Hello Doctor
User :   im from Bangalore
User :   i am workin in a Software company
User :   Right now i have some problem with my health
Doctor :   OK
User :   past 3 days i am not able to sleep
Doctor :   Ok
User :   my heart beat sound is high
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   any other problems?
User :   no doctor
User :   i think am affected by BP
User :   am right??
Doctor :   What is yoiur daily routine
User :   i am a smoker
User :   but now i stopped smoking from last week
User :   i played cricket every week end
User :   i used to come to office by walking
Doctor :   are you alcoholic too
User :   no doctor.
Doctor :   are you sure that you stopped completely smoking or reduced the number
User :   yes doctor. am sure that i completely stopped my smoking habit
Doctor :   how is yoiur appetite
Doctor :   before qutting and after
User :   i feel good
User :   but past one month i had lots of commitment at my work
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Does the work disturb your sleep
User :   no doctor
Doctor :   Ok have you got the blood pressure check done
Doctor :   if you feel it is causing it
User :   ok
Doctor :   Have you got it done
User :   please give your contact number
Doctor :   Do you have any health problems
User :   no doctor
Doctor :   diagnosed earlier and have you seen a doctor for anything
Doctor :   To get a better picture I need this information--
Age: ; Occupation: ; Location: ; Marital Status:
User :   Yes doctor i had a BP in last year
User :   27; Software Engineer; Bangalore; Single
User :   i took the Treatment at that time
User :   after the treatment i feel good and i am ok
Doctor :   What was that and which is give
Doctor :   as medicine
User :   i had a 152 BP at that time
User :   i took Echo test, Sugar test and blood test
Doctor :   BP is something given as X/Y
User :   i am not sure about that
Doctor :   Ok are you using the medicines now
User :   no doctor
Doctor :   How many days you used it
User :   more than a month
Doctor :   then you stopped it? what is the medicine
User :   sorry doctor
Doctor :   Ok
User :   i am not sure about the medicine names
Doctor :   With your details i could think of two things
User :   tell me doctor
Doctor :   One is irregular use of BP medications
Doctor :   and other is quitting of smoking
User :   ok
User :   oh!
User :   can you please give me your contact number
Doctor :   Quitting smoking can
Doctor :   lead to this heart racing
User :   oh!
Doctor :   and irregular BP medication is the most dangerous and most commonly made mistake
Doctor :   with out the doctors consult
User :   oh!
User :   sorry doctor
User :   i have to go to meeting now
User :   thanks a lot for your suggesions
Doctor :   Ok
User :   i will contact you once i will back from the meeting
Doctor :   do come back to continue
Doctor :   the chat
User :   thanks for your wonderful timing
Doctor :   sorry we dont have phone
Doctor :   consultations
Doctor :   now
User :   thanks a lot doctor
Doctor :   We will help you through chat only
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   buye
User :   i will continue the chat
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