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Chronic Hypertension In Pregnancy
My cousin has chronic hypertension she uses losartan 50mg, she is found pregnant but took the medicine for 7 weeks of pregnancy.Does it harm fetus?
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
Preg(12 weeks) with chronic hypertension.taking nicardia retard 20 in the morning,alphadopa 250 in the evng occasionally BP goes to 130..is it ok?
BP and pregnancy: Speak to your Ob (O) about your blood pressure. Your BP may be elevated. and nicarida 20 mg, or aldomet, daily may not be enough to control your BP. If this is your first pregnancy, you may run the risk of pre-eclampsia, if not, you need to bring it under control as it may rise as your pregnancy progresses. See your O about your BP to see if it can be safely lowered. ...Read more
My mother is 32 weeks pregnant with twins and has chronic hypertension tonight her Bp is 163/94 and her feet are huge does she need to go to the dr?
Yes, ...: Yes, of course, she needs to gyn-doc as soon as possible - preferably within 1-2 days or to ER as needed. In reality, especially in the U. S., I would assume she would be under a regular ob-care already and should not be seen with huge legs and hypertension while having a 32-week pregnancy. Best wish ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
BP readings: The testing for hypertension involves checking your blood pressure on three separate occassions at least one week apart. If you have an elevated top number called systolic >140 and/or the bottom number called the diastolic >90, then you likely have chronic hypertension and should consult your doctor for medical advice. ...Read more
Less risk: High BP(hypertension) is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease-stroke, heart attacks and disease, kidney impairment and atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries with risk of blockages in other areas of body). If you have other risk factors a well (diabetes, smoking, high cholesterol, family history, age) risks of these complications can go up. Each risk factor adds more and more risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I have chronic hypertension, should I double up on my meds to help reduce chances to prevent damage during the flight?
No contraindication: If your asthma cannot be controlled with daily inhaled corticosteroid inhaler (ics), combination medication, ics+laba, might be appropriate. Since you have a comorbidity, hypertension, along with your asthma you fit the nhbli asthma guidelines for seeing an asthma specialist for fuller evaluation and treatment considerations. ...Read more
Does chronic hypertension cause serious problems in older age like stroke etc. Even after taking medication? How to prevent it?
Chronic hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a condition where there is more pressure, or force, within the arteries, causing the heart to pump harder to deliver adequate blood throughout the body. One has chronic hypertension when his blood pressure is higher than 140/90 most or ...Read more
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