Does high blood pressure caused by use of decadurabolin?

Probably. I am not familiar with that particular drug, but it sounds like an anabolic steroid like one would use to build muscle mass. There is no medical reason to take that drug, and it has the potential to have multiple harms/adverse effects, high blood pressure being just one of them.

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Could high blood pressure caused by use of decadurabolin get reduced after stopping its use?

Hope so! Too much blood (polycythemia), drop in HDL (good) cholesterol, and increase in blood pressure are all side effects of excess testosterone replacement therapy, which can increase risk for stroke, heart attack & death. Used under supervision, your doc can adjust your regimen to mitigate risks. That's why TRT is not a DIY project. Read more...

High blood pressure caused by underlying condition, body rejecting all medicines why?

Blood pressure. Hypertension is a very common condition these days. The most common type is essential hypertension and if diet and meds are consistent should be under control. Some people are resistant to these measures for different reasons. If taking multiple meds and still not under control might be time to see a nephrologist or cardiologist. Read more...

Want to know what genes high blood pressure is caused by?

Unknown yet. There are genetic causes, but the most common causes include: a diet high in fat and cholesterol not exercising regularly or not exercising hard enough being overweight a family history of high blood pressure tobacco use stress some birth control medicines kidney and hormone problems. Read more...

Can high blood pressure be caused by? A heart condition?

Other way around. Usually, if not always, the high blood pressure causes the heart condition by sclerosis of arteries due to excess pressure. Eventually, it leads to heart faiiure. Congestive heart failure or a particularly strong heart might lead to some sort of high blood pressure in veins and some arteries, but the heart is likely affected first. Read more...
No. There is no primary cardiac condition that produces hypertension. Uncontrolled high blood pressure frequently causes heart disease however. Read more...