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Blood pressure, cancer survivor. Why is blood pressure change so frequent?

my blood pressure readings change apparently by the minute, as high as 160 over 100, to 124 over 82. seen it more often 140to 160... am a very nervous type of person, not over weight, smoke 3 to 4 cigs in a day and don´t eat much of anything...well, maybe to much fat. do exercise moderatly, 1hr45min on sunday, white male 52yrs old 1 kidney , lost one to a cancer ...
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Cause of your blood pressure might be due renal cause.
Keep blood pressure record, morning and evening time alternately for some time.
fluctuation in your pressure might be due to your apprehensive nature.
Take regular medicine for blood pressure.
Go for regular renal function tests.
Reduce fat.
Exercise for one hour in a week is not enough.
Go for daily regular exercise for 30-40 minutes for 5 days in a week.
Avoid stress.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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