A 22-year-old male asked:
Is there anyway to increase angiotensin ii, my body does not produce it despite normal renin, autonomic nerve issue.
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Cardiology 45 years experience
Meaningless: If your renin is normal, you don't need any higher angiotensin ii which is an intermediate step in the synthesis of renin. From you posts, it sounds like you might have hypothalamic/pituitary insufficiency - have you seen an endocrinologist?
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Last updated Jan 30, 2014
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