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Dr. C. Rajanikanth

Cardiologist, Mumbai

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I want to know about bp. The bp of my dad is always up nd down so what should he do remain it constant ?

DM Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
High blood pressure: secondary hypertension what is secondary hypertension? high blood pressure caused by a disease or another known medical problem is called secondary hypertension. Most cases of secondary hypertension are caused by kidney or hormonal problems. Normal blood pressures average 120/80 (" 120 over 80") but can rise and fall with exercise or rest. The pressures are measured in millimeters of mercury, with the upper number (120) being the pressure at the end of the heartbeat (systolic pressure). The lower number (80) is the pressure at the beginning of the heartbeat (diastolic pressure). If repeated checks of your blood pressure show that it is higher than 140/90, you have hypertension. If your blood pressure is between 120/80 and 140/90, you may need treatment for high blood pressure if you have other health problems, such as diabetes. How does it occur? many medical conditions, diseases, and medicines can cause secondary hypertension, including? narrowing of the arteries in the kidneys? narrowing of the aorta, a large blood vessel that supplies blood to the lower body? several types of kidney disease? excess secretion of a hormone called aldosterone from the adrenal gland? tumor of the adrenal gland? cushing's syndrome, a disorder in which there is too much corticosteroid hormone in the blood? medicines such as estrogen and oral contraceptives? abuse of drugs such as amphetamines, alcohol, or diet pills? pregnancy. What are the symptoms? high blood pressure may not cause any symptoms. Even secondary hypertension may have few symptoms. Symptoms are usually general and may include? headaches? dizziness? fatigue? restlessness and sleeplessness? nosebleeds? palpitations or an awareness of your heartbeat? general feeling of ill health? the need to urinate often? round or" moon" face, excess body and facial hair, and weight gain if the high blood pressure is caused by cushing's syndrome. How is it diagnosed? your health care provider will ask about your symptoms and will do a physical exam. Blood tests, chest x-rays, and an electrocardiogram may be done. Your provider will want to measure your blood pressure on three different days when you are relaxed and not in a hurry and have not had alcohol for 72 hours. Your medical history is an important part of diagnosis. Your health care provider will ask about your personal and family history of high blood pressure and heart or kidney disease. How is it treated? secondary hypertension is treated by treating the condition causing the high blood pressure. For example, if you have high blood pressure caused by cushing's syndrome, treatment for cushing's will lower your blood pressure. Your health care provider may recommend additional treatments to lower your blood pressure, such as diuretics or other medicines that reduce blood pressure. How long will the effects last? if the cause can be diagnosed and treated, your blood pressure should improve. If you are taking medicine to reduce your blood pressure and your underlying condition is treated, you may be able to cut down or stop taking the blood pressure medicine. How can I take care of myself? always follow your health care provider's instructions for taking medicines. Don't take less medicine or stop taking medicine without talking to your provider first. It can be dangerous to suddenly stop taking blood pressure medicine. Also, do not increase your dosage of any medicine without first talking with your provider? check your blood pressure (or have it checked) as often as your health care provider advises. Keep a chart of the readings? don't smoke? reduce the salt in your diet according to your health care provider's advice? with your provider's approval, start an exercise program that you can do regularly (such as biking or walking)? lose weight if you need to? limit the amount of alcohol you drink? try to reduce the stress in your life or learn how to deal better with situations that make you feel anxious? see your health care provider as often as he or she recommends. What can be done to help prevent secondary hypertension? most of the conditions that cause secondary hypertension cannot be prevented. However, regular checkups can help detect many conditions before they become serious, including those that can result in high blood pressure.
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Hello doctor my self raju bai. I am 50years old women. I have high blood pressure problem for last two months what should I do.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hello doctor my self raju bai. I am 50years old women. I have high blood pressure problem for last two months what sh...
Hello, Lifestyle changes can help you control and prevent high blood pressure, even if you're taking blood pressure medication. Eat healthy foods. Consume more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, poultry, fish and low-fat dairy foods. Eat less saturated fat and trans fat. Decrease the salt in your diet. So, avoid eating processed foods, such as canned soups or frozen dinners which contains extra salt in it. Keeping a healthy weight, or losing weight if you're overweight or obese, can help you control your high blood pressure and lower your risk of related health problems. Increase physical activity which can help lowering your blood pressure, manage stress, reduce your risk of several health problems. Get indulged in regular exercising (if your doctor allows you). Limit alcohol. Even if you're healthy, alcohol can raise your blood pressure. If you choose to drink alcohol, do so in moderation. Don't smoke. Tobacco injures blood vessel walls and speeds up the process of hardening of the arteries. Reduce stress as much as possible. Practice healthy coping techniques, such as muscle relaxation, deep breathing or meditation. Getting regular physical activity and plenty of sleep can help, too. Monitor your blood pressure at home. Medication: Take Schwabe’s Essentia Aurea/ thrice daily which is a cardio-tonic which helps in maintaining blood pressure, improves muscle tone of the heart and narrowing of blood vessels.
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I am 44 yrs old and last 3 years I am suffering from high bp what I will do please tell us.

MD - Alternative Medicine
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Mumbai
Including this you have to take proper nutrition n vitamin to control because identified as silent killer. After study yr case in deep, we advice for non side effect remedy for you best wishes beat wishes.
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I am suffering from cough, frequently with chest pain, and little mucus. Please suggest me some medicines that I can use so as get relaxed. I think it is due to use of ice chilled water for breaking fast.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am suffering from cough, frequently with chest pain, and little mucus.
Please suggest me some medicines that I can ...
For pain take tablet paracetamol 650 mg and For dry cough I will suggest you to take syp Ascoril-D 2.5 ml and can repeat after a gap of six hours as and when required
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My friend told me that she got a heart problem. And I do not know what to do. She also said that she had chest pain last week continue for 2 days at evening. Is there any way to get my friend complete cure? Also, what can I do for her while she's suffering from chest pain?

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My friend told me that she got a heart problem. And I do not know what to do. She also said that she had chest pain l...
Hello, lybtsteb user, She might be suffering from gastric disorder due to irregular life style causing chest pain. She should tk plenty of water to hydrate her body Should go for meditation to reduce her stress to calm her nerve. Her diet be regular and easily digestible to avoid gastritis. She should avoid junk food, alcohol, pizza, burger. Tk homoeopathic medicine:@ China 200-6 pills, thrice. Report after a wk Tk, care.
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Hello Dr. What should I eat to peek up my libido and treat ED? I m 22 years old. Body weight 80kg and height 5, 8" total cholesterol 100 triglycerides 160 Toal testosterone 412 Help me to become a real man in bed.

MBBS
General Physician, Chennai
Hello Dr. What should I eat to peek up my libido and treat ED? I m 22 years old. Body weight 80kg and height 5, 8" to...
Now lose some weight, exercise regularly eat few nuts everydaypomegranate also helps, try this first and let me know.
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How much time does body takes to respond to ace inhibitor medicine like ramipril.

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
How much time does body takes to respond to ace inhibitor medicine like ramipril.
Its take 2-3 hours for body to reach peak response to ramiprill.& its effective half life is less than one day.
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Sir when I go outside I feel very panic to see the crowd and rush on the road and my heartbeats increases automatically and I feel very abnormal.

Ph.D - Psychology, M.Phil - Psychology
Psychologist, Mathura
Sir when I go outside I feel very panic to see the crowd and rush on the road and my heartbeats increases automatical...
One, you can take medicines to keep you calm, from a psychiatrist. Two, you can visit nearest patanjali chikitsalaya to get free guidance but paid medicine with no side effects. Three, you need to practice all that is taught daily on astha channel 5.00 to 7.30 am. Very very effective- esp anulom-vilom and bramri and udgit. You will get miraculous results for free and without adverse effects of allopathic medicines and will gain good physical and mental health, increase in your stamina, good concentration, improved memory, etc. It is excellent to drive depression, negative thinking out of your system. Not necessary, you have to be present in front of your tv at 5 am. Begin by switching on your tv just whatever time you get up and start practicing as being taught. Gradually when you regulate your sleeping time, you will be able to get up next morning at 5 and will be able to do complete workout. The time you spend here will actually be an investment that will remove tension, stress, etc. Leading to increased positivity.
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My angiography report is Left main - Normal LAD - 95-99 % MID lesion D1 - 90% OSTIAL lesion D2- 70-80% OSTIAL lesion LCX/OM1- OM1- 100 % lesion Any cardiologist please tell me how is this report or what is the solution?

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
My angiography report is Left main - Normal LAD - 95-99 % MID lesion
D1 - 90% OSTIAL lesion
D2- 70-80% OSTIAL lesion
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There are three major blood vessel supplying blood to the heart out of these three to measure blood vessels along with their branches are blocked in your case what is surviving only on single last vessel and as such a situation only revascularization is suggested. In your case at least two stents will have to be inserted in LAD & D1. Om1 is hundred percent blocked and in that such cases many times The vessel is not disturbed. If not angioplasty then the other option which you have is bypass surgery
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