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Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Asked for male, 38 years old from Vijayawada
Let your doctor who knows your body nature decide what is suitable for your BP control. You should also focus on healthy lifestyle changes so that you would require minimum medical support in future. Read about diet control and exercise for managing hypertension from the internet. Always go for regular health check up with your doctor to stay well informed about your health.
Asked for male, 25 years old from Ahmedabad
I am suffering from High BP is 180/110. Which type of take care required and also cholesterol level is high. What to do? Please give some suggestions age is 26.
Asked for female, 32 years
I have just got My husband’s blood test report and got to know that lipoprotein A lpa is 40.49 and high sensitivity C- reactive protein (Hs - crp) is 4.3 Is it really risky? How can we lower these by change in our life style?
Hi The results of the Lp (a) test will vary depending on the laboratory where the sample was analyzed. Normal values for this test are less than 30 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL. If the results are greater than the 30 mg/dL threshold, this may indicate increased risk of atherosclerosis, heart attack, or stroke. As with elevated high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, an elevated Lp-PLA (2) level approximately doubles the risk for primary and secondary cardiovascular events. Your diet can be greatly responsible for high cholesterol level in the body. Hence, before indulging in any type of food, it is important to know your food and how it impacts you. Include oats, beans and legumes, okra, mustard seeds, soy,tomato, ginger etc in your meals and must do exercise regularly. Please consult your doctor for medicines.
Asked for Male, 28 years
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Asked for female, 33 years old from Dhamtari
The doctor has prescribed two medicines for hypertension issue of my mother whose BP sometimes escalates to as high 180/90. She also feels light headedness, and anxiety. The doctor has earlier prescribed Omnitan-H and Amlovas-AT. But now they are continuing with Amlovas AT and Weltelmi-CT 80 tablets (Ones a day each). In case of anxiety she has been advised Daxipam 0.25 before going to the bed in night (Only as SOS). KIndly suggest whether the medicines are ok for her. She 65 years old and have been suffering from hypertension for more than 10 years.
MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Fellowship in EP
Very good medicines. Measure BP only once every 14 days on fixed date after resting for ten minutes. Avoid measuring in between.
Asked for male, 41 years old from Pune
I have been taking regularly Nebistar 5 mg medicine in night since last 3 year, My BP reading is normally at 130/88. Since last 4-5 days I am having headache in day time and found my BP reading to be 140/95. Please advice if it is temporary due to work stress or I need to increase dosage as I am taking same medicine since last 3 year. My age is 41 year.
General Physician, Trichy
Hey Mr. lybrate-user, 140/95 is not alarming. You need not worry about it. Just do your routine excercise and maintain your diet. Just make sure you record your BP when your relaxed and do not take any meal 1 hr prior to recording BP. For headache, use T.paracetomol 500 mg 1 SOS (when head ache is present)
Asked for male, 39 years old from Mumbai
Hi, ECG had revealed Bradycardia. Doctor had attributed this to my athletic lifestyle and said it is a sign of good health. I want to know if there are any long term issues related to this.
Diploma Diabetes, MBBS
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Asked for male, 74 years old from Hyderabad
Is bradycardia curable with life style changes and healthy habits? Or phase maker is only the solution.
MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology
Some cases of bradycardia may be induced by beta blockers or other rate lowering drugs and are hence reversible. Bradycardia due to weak thyroid function, or high potassium level also may be reversed with specific treatment. Most cases of bradycardia are due to intrinsic disease in the wiring of the heart. Mild cases can be managed with healthy lifestyle. However, pacemaker is required if bradycardia is severe or symptomatic or if tests indicate chance of progression. Let your doctor judge what is best for you. Regards.
Asked for Male, 51 years
My BP reading is 135/90. By doing exercise I am able to bring the level to 130/90. Sometimes due to rigorous exercise the reading is 125/80. Do I have to consult a doctor for medication.
General Physician, Delhi
Your Bp is within normal limits as per latest American studies you must take less salt and more water avoid papad and pickles continue balanced workout regulaly.
Asked for Male, 48 years
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