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Severe vomiting. Diagnosed as high BP, suggested chance of UTI. Taking tablets, BP not reduced. Any ideas?

A few days ago I had severe vomiting and couldn't even keep down water so after 36 hrs I went to the hospital where I was told I had very high blood pressure, later when they did a urine test there was a suggestion of a UTI. I have taken the BP tablets but it was still very high this morning. I have never had high blood pressure before...I am 70 yrs young and fit and healthy, maybe 5-6 kg overweight are the two related. I was given some antibiotics which I hadn't taken until lunchtime today
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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hi stefanie,
vomiting could be because of high BP along with headache. in today's world high BP is common in both young and old people due to lifestyle changes.. you should get your BP checked consecutively for 3 to 4 days and if its high then you surely are hypertensive. its imp to lower down your BP and you should take anti hypertensive. obesity and lifestyle changes are few reason for high BP. As for your UTI please complete your antibiotic course...
get well soon
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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