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What do I do if my BP is 170/100 ?

What do i do if my blood pressure is 170/100 ? What do i do if my blood pressure is 170/100 ?
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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Get to the doctor. You're pressure is to high. you may need to alter your diet and add exercise into your day for at least 20 minutes a day. They also need to look at what medications you are on. Is there something new? Are you under a lot of stress as well. Bottom line get to the doctor.
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