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Hi, I think you will find, that it has the reverse effect and lowers blood pressure, so needs to be watched for that, to low can give an irregular...
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Blood pressure will be high after excersising.  Moving around will cause the BP to go up which is why they always have you sit when you are at...
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Hi Yes you should worry, get off to you doctor for help or google natural ways out of hpb.Hope this helps.Good Luck
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You should see your primary care medical provider. An emergency room is really not the best place for the on-going management of hypertension (high...
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104 means the heart is not relaxing between pumps. Need a thallium treadmill test to check out heart blood flow. Cut back on red meat. See a doc.to...
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No. Masturbation is safe, even if you have high blood pressure.
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This is normal.  Blood pressure is usually higher when standing up as complared to lying down or even sitting.  The body works harder when...
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Hi, This is courtesy DR Frank. Though BP does have a tendency to rise with age, normal blood pressure in adults is not age dependant and...
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Hi I think your find that it would not be good to mix them.Good Luck
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Your blood pressure is low and your pulse is a little elevated.  Normal BP is 120/80 and pulse is 60-100.  I'd get checked out...
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HCTZ is a diuetic that can lower your blood pressure. It should not decrease your stamina, but it could be related to your light-headedness with...
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No, it does not. There are no rules in medicine that state a person can only have one medical issue at a time, so you can have both, but they are not...
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High blood pressure is almost always treatable with the right combination of medications (individually prescribed) and life style modifications (diet...
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You have hypertension and need to be on medication to control your blood pressure...that is what those numbers mean. If your doctor is not taking...
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