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Have variation in bp. Taking amedpin and tenoric. Normal when taking garlic. What to do?

Hello Doctor.I am a 50 yr old bp was 160 by 100.As prescribed by my doctor I am having Amedpin in the night and tenoric 50 in the evening.I am also having oats and garlic since 3 months,I have noticed that my BP is normal as long as I have garlic.But if I stop it shoots to 140by 190.What should I do?I dont like having garlic.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Dear Ma'm
Thanks for writing to us.
To adjudge that you really have wide fluctuations in your BP or you have uncontrolled or sub-optimally controlled BP we should have frequent readings like 8-10 readings over 2-3 weeks and then see the trend. one more thing we must see the BP in a relaxed state when there is no physical or psychological discomfort and ideally should be near same time of day. Even then , if you feel it is shooting up , then i would like you to get your medication increase by your doctor.
Non-medicinal approaches to decrease BP are optimal weight, daily exercise, low salt intake, no smoking, moderation of alcohol intake (30 ml /day or less) DASH plan diet & meditation.
Modern medicine as yet has not proved any definite role of garlic for control of blood pressure.
feel free to discuss further
sukhvinder singh
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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