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My BP is not reducing. What else i can do ?

I am 39 years of age. My blood pressure is 90/145. I am under medication. I have changed my life style a lot, changed my job to less stressfull one, have been doing cardio vascular excercise from the past 8 months. My diet is also very controlled. Despite all these efforts, my blood pressure does not come down. Please suggest something.
Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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You say your being medicated, so your seeing a Dr. Why don't you talk to him/her. Medical professionals do not diagnose over the Internet.
General & Family Physician Dr. Khaleel Ahmed.Manik's  Response
hi ,First of all u cool down & forget that u have a high blood pressure .I do agree that ur Diastolic BP is bit high and u have a pulse pressure is 55 thats bit on higher side .Anyway just have a complete cardiovascular evaluation once if its normal then nothimg to worry .Its not going to troublee u in any way .Let me tell u u dont have a big problem but ur worries tensions will have a additive effect on ur problem .
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