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Does Hydralazine medicine cause venous insufficiency with systolic blood pressure?

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Will medication cause a person to have venous insuffeciency/ Hydralazine 100mg if the person using the medication SBP is below 110?
Posted Tue, 14 Jan 2014 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Answered by Dr. Benard Shehu 56 minutes later
Brief Answer: Please refer to the answer below. Detailed Answer: Hi, I read your query and understood your concern. No, the medication can not cause venous insufficiency, but they can exacerbate it. The venous insufficiency in your case is most probably due to: - Overweight/obesity. - Lack of physical activity. - Hypertension - Heart failure If i was your treating doctor I would recommend: - Raise your legs up more than three times a day - Reduce your weight - Reduce sodium intake - Increase your physical activity. Also using Hydralazine may relief the symptoms especially the edema but should be used with care (hypotension may occur). Hope i answered to your query. Dr. Benard Shehu
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