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Fever, cold, cough, burning in feet, high BP, high cholesterol levels, kidney stones. Treatment?

i have fever, cold and cough for the past 4 i am having a burning sensation upper part of the feet and toes...My B.P is 145 by 110... just like to know if burning sensation could be a something serious 3 months i had kidney and Gallbladder stones was treated and my B.p was ranging between180-150 upper limit and 150-120 lower limit.. cholesterol level were higher than normal
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Are you also a diabetic. If yes what are the sugar levels. Present fever, cough etc. are due to a chest infection which could be viral too. Are you taking any antibiotics ?
Burning feet could be effect of some antibiotics or viral infection too. So wait till the current problem of fever and cough settles.
You blood pressure is also very uncontrolled and you need to increase the doses of your BP medicines.
Medicines used for cough and cold also sometime raise the blood pressure specially in previously hypertensive subjects.
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