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Hi My brother is suffering with high BP 180/110 .He is 32 year old. This is detected on 31 st March. He is taking Telvas 80h. But bp is not coming down. Yesterday it was 170/110. We did all check up. there is some problem with ECG. Lipid profile with blood report. I want to tale appontment . Can anybody plz suggest me, what to do . Thanks in advance
Sat, 20 Apr 2019
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Hello,

I would like to tell you that you should consult a cardiologist with all his reports and if his BP is not coming down then also get one renal Doppler done.

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Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel, General Surgeon
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