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Is my blood pressure high? Taken Cocodamol for abdominal pain

My blood pressure is 130/114 is this high? Im in hospital with cdiff . I originally came in with severe abdominal pains which im still getting. Ive had them since i had my gallbladder out on 27/06/12. Ive jad an xray..c.t scan and ultrasound. My colon is inflammed due to the cdiff but everything else came back normal. Ive had cocodamol.. morphine amd tramadol for the pain but nothing is working. What do you thinl i should do as im getting no answers!
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
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Yes a BP reading 130/114 mm of Hg. is high diastolic pressure but it is to be corelated clinically and to be rechecked,
You are in hospital that means admited for c diff? that means Clostridium difficile infection which causes Pseudomembranous Colitis is serious condition it must be treated with proper antibiotics,If you are in hospital they will take care of everything.
Usually this type of of infection is associated with use of Antibiotics.
Inflamation will subside your pain will also subside.
CT scan and Ultra sound is normal that is good.
In hospital many drugs may be given to relive your dis comfort,please have patince
You will improve soon
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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