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That depends: It depends on many factors. For example in diabetics it is a standard of care that they be on certain types of blood pressure medication even if thei ... Read More
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Hypertension : Hypertension is controlled with salt limitation, exercise, less stimulants (particularly alcohol, caffiene, smoking), stress reduction, weight reducti ... Read More
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Depends: It depends on the exact medication she's taking, the dose, the other meds she takes, and her overall medical condition. A simple neurologic exam would ... Read More
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Low salt diet: Yes, salt and high blood pressure can be a bad combination. Persons with high blood pressure are encouraged to follow a low salt diet. Too much salt c ... Read More
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A 37-year-old male asked:
Dr. Bennett Werner
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?: You will get drunk with nicely controlled blood pressure.
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A 46-year-old member asked:
Dr. Gregory Hines
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Yes: Your doctor should be following your bp, and if it is becoming symptomatically low, then may need to reduce one or all of your meds.
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See your PCP : Please consult with your pcp to review your med list and use all the non- medicinal ways to control BP especially avoiding salt and nsaids.
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Energy: You should discuss your status and problems with your Dr. who knows you. It may be possible to minimize fatigue side effects of your medications and ... Read More
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Safely loose weight: Yes, you can safely loose weight but yo need to do this under the guidance of your doctor. As your weight goes down and exercise level goes up your m ... Read More
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There : There are many causes for ankle swelling usually caused by fluid in these tissues called edema. Some blood pressure drugs like amlodipine commonly ca ... Read More
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