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I am suffering from high blood pressure for last four months and taking medicine one tab. on daily basis prescribed by a doctor. At present blood pressure is 136/80. Is it curable ?... View answer

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Dr. Deepak Anvekar MD

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Dr. Vidya Muralidhar MD

is my blood pressure of 142 over 104 very high? I have been reating & cannot sleep- have been under MAJOR stress last 3 days. I have pulomonary embolisms - was in ICU until last feb 10th & am on... View answer

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Dr. Robert Galamaga MD

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Dr. Sandhya Manorenj MD

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Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

hello. i am a 52 yr old female and have been taking tablets for high bp for 2 years. recently my bp has been very high and i dont know how to get it down. i take my tablets properly but still its going... View answer

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Dr. Ashakiran S MD

My blood pressure is 154 over 109. I m 41 years old and have just recently started having high ... s blood pressure just does that. What do I need to do? How can I lower that as... View answer

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Dr.  Sagar Makode MD

Have history of what doctors diagnosed as malignant high blood pressure over five years ago..I take meds regularly, however, last few weeks pressure continues to be high for example today it is... View answer

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Dr. Praveen MD

Hi dear.Thanks for writing on HCM. I were to first take the readings of your blood pressures twice within a gap of 15 minutes between each reading.I would recommend life style modification.Advice stress...

Dr. Hariom Sharma MD

HI, Thanks for contacting HCM Please specify how much your blood pressure.Reduce salt intake. Thanks Dr Hariom Sharma

Dr. Eric Goldstein MD

Hello. Thank you for tour question. If your blood pressure is consistently high, the first step is diet and exercise. A low salt diet and regular aerobic exercise can help control blood...