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High BP issue
Every 15-20days i am consulting a doctor, still my high bp issue is not in control. As per doctor it will take time but it's already being a year. need another opinion Noawadays I pee a lot, mostly either early morning or t night time
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Hi check sugar also as your urine output is increased. Which medicines are you currently taking and what symptoms you have? Tell your bp 
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eat less salt.Eating a diet that is rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy products and skimps on saturated fat and cholesterol can lower your blood pressure
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Many medicine for BP do urine frequency ....
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As per details given, only medicines prescribed...  not the causes taken care.. good to check the lifestyle for causes ..
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Low digestion, indigestion, late night and day sleep, constipation or altered bowel movements, impaired exercises, psychological issues like condition do exhibit blood pressure variations... BP is a sign..not a disease... Age is too small... good to correct the cause and get cured..
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