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High BP & Diabetes
His blood pressure is coming very high from past 2 months and creatinine is also 1.43. Hba1c is 8. He has Swelling also in his legs. We saw one nephrologist and he prescribed medicines like depin retard, moxovas , prazopress XL, Telma 40 mg for BP. And for diabetes jardiance , eurepa mf2 ,vogli star , zomelis met. So what we can do to lower down his blood pressure & diabetes. Because one doctor said that he will end up with his dialysis, so I m very scared for my father. His BP is coming high from so many days. In his blood tests of urine glucose has also been detected. Esr is 34 and he is having swelling on his left eye also. Thyroid is also there.
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Would advise you to consult with a cardiologist personally You can even consult me at my clinic so that I can examine him clinically and guide you further Dr Ashish Srivastava General Physician and Clinical Cardiologist
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  Continue tge medications as suggested by your doctor. You need to take proper care of his diet. Avoid foods with high glycemic index and reduce salt in everything. No smoking and alcohol can be allowed. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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