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What is the treatment medicine name for Low Blood Pressure ?

What is the treatment medicine name for Low Blood Pressure ?
Thu, 18 Aug 2011
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
Generally low blood pressure we mean general weakness.
There is no treatment,but we advice more food,more nourishment,more water.
Take more salt with lemon juice.
In certain cardiac condition bp falls and there is treatment according to condition.
Ok and bye.
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Hypotension , hypo means low, tension refers to blood pressure.
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