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Diagnosed with high blood pressure, low sodium levels, diagnosed with high potassium levels - what does it mean?

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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Not related

High blood pressure, high or normal sodium and low potassium suggest an aldosterone secreting adenoma or adrenal hyperplasia but your abnormalities can't be neatly explained and may be due to medications you take, co-morbid conditions like kidney disease (?), or diet.

In brief: Not related

High blood pressure, high or normal sodium and low potassium suggest an aldosterone secreting adenoma or adrenal hyperplasia but your abnormalities can't be neatly explained and may be due to medications you take, co-morbid conditions like kidney disease (?), or diet.
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