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My bp is 130/90 and Blood reports shows FBS is 119 and PLBS is 171. Kindly advise ether for both any single table is available. Or without the tablet the disease can be controlled. It is necessary to take tablet.

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My bp is 130/90 and Blood reports shows FBS is 119 and PL...
Dear Sir, Both Hypertension and Diabetes are different clinical conditions, Both can damage nerves and blood vessels, leading to complications such as heart disease, stroke and other health complications, if not managed properly.In Our Hospital, we offer 6 day panchkarma course for such conditions and help patients to control Bp and Diabetes. Also we will guide you to change your lifestyle in a healthy way so that we can help you reduce your any current medicines and have a better healthy life ahead. Let us know if you would like to visit us for a herbal Ayurvedic Treatment.
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My bp is 130/90 and Blood reports shows FBS is 119 and PL...
Dear lybrate-user, Thnks for the query. Please understand that your sugar reports are more significant than BP. If you are worried about the single blood sugar report, please go for HbA1C, which will give you an average of last 3 months. If it is more than 6, difinitely you have to take medicines for Diabetes. Your weight is more, and you come in the Obese category. If you can reduce your weight by 15-20 kg, may be the load on your pancreas will reduce and the Diabetes will come down. It is a slightly complicated issue. It is my sincere advice to please contact me at least once to talk in detail. Or you may also consult a dietician for the same Regards.
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