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doctor1 MD

Yes Doctor...This is my wife's case Aged 52 Known case of Hypertension (since early twenties ... was discharged after one week with diagnosis of Type 2 DM; HTN, Vertigo, and Depression...medicines adviced ...

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early discharge increase medicine for the same ? 3. I am suffering from hypertension problem also & take ... suffering from early discharge problem long time before, so is there any medicine have to control my early ...

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9 - 13th nov. after which she got discharged on 8 days medications. she is having the history of hypertension and gas troubles, she is regularly taking the medicine for BP report as follows: LMCA - normal LAD ...

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Hi Doctor, My mother is taking medications for diabetes , thyroid, hypertension and heart disease ... of discharge a month back, the doctors recommended 20 units of Human mixtard in the morning and 10 units ...

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in my urine. My blood work was normal. The protein reduced and I was medicated for the bp and discharged ... have essential hypertension but the medication keeps my bp too low 100/70. However, in the late evening ...

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My husband has been discharged 2 days ago from the hospital. Acute hypertension with b/p of 170/190. He was given lisinopril to take once daily.. 5 mg. it has lowered his bp somewhat but just took his b ...

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My mother 62 years old having hypertension and diabetes was admitted to hospital with breathing ... at hospital, she got discharged from hospital on 28th Nov-2014. But she is still having same problem since ...

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Just discharged from hospital for esophageal varices..was banded, received sandostatin, 3 units of blood, and 2 of platelets. I am a hypertensive diabetic, 62 y/o w/f with family history of diabetes ...

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For the last 3 months more or less I have had nasal congestion, there is a yellowish discharge, early in the morning and later in the day there is a clear discharge, I am constantly sneezing blowing ...

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my father is hypertensive, he had a fall which resulted in profuse bleeding, his L.W. scalp .... HE WAS discharged after obervation in the evening, he is on Lipril 5, Cefoclav 200,emanzen d, doxopan ...

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have been having foul smelling urine but no discharge. There is no burning or pain upon urination ...

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Hello Doctor,I am 53 years old female and i have high blood pressure.Recently doctor suggest me for angiography.For high blood pressure is it necessary for angiogram ??Please doctor's suggest me actually what should i do??

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What is Hypertension? ...

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I have a condition called inappropriate sinus tachycardia which occasionally causes me to faint. Along with this illness I get high blood pressure. Last time I fainted someone I work with said that when I had landed she could see my veins pulsing....

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My doctors have watched my high BP go up and up for the past 8 years and finally I have been sent to a cardiologist for testing. I got the diagnosis of Malignant Hypertension and they started me on yet another ...

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Hello Increased blood pressure is called as hypertension. The normal blood pressure is 120/80 mm of hg. A blood pressure of more than 140/90 mm of hg is called as hypertension. Thank you

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For hypertension, medications such as telmisartan or olmesartan would be helpful in bringing down the Blood pressure. For vomiting, ondansetron tablets may be used. Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM

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