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High Blood pressure, pulse rate. Have constipation, feeling tired. Taking telma. Treatment?

My blood pressure 137/ 75. Pulse rate is 105.I am having constipiation What should I do for pulse rate.Generally its a normal.but today high, Due to this I am feeling tiredness.My age is 65 year.For high blood pressure I am taking telma 40.For arthritis
I am doing yoga.I am quite comfortable.I am not taking any medicine for joint pain.My weight is 83 kg,Height is 5'3"
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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You are likely to suffer from Thyroid disorder . I advice you to check T3 T4 TSH in the blood as hyperthyroid state will produce constipation and high pulse . Do not panic .

Consult a doctor for ruling out thyroid disorders and start on medication.

Wishing a speedy recovery.

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Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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