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Hypertension and Uric Acid
My BP is not getting normal even after taking medicines Medicines - Cilacar 10 twice Telmisartan 40 once Current BP is 130/105 My Serum uric acid level is 7.9, ( always above 7 ) but no gout., having pain in small joints like fingers and toes. Could this blood pressure elevation is due to high uric acid?
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I understood your concern  and noted the problem as well .I need to ask few more details to make a diagnosis and start treatment and advice which suits you. Pl consult me on Practo , so that I can help you better.book a time slot as per your convenience for consultation.
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No it's not because of that Salt restricted diet. Get a lipid profile test done. Reduce your caffeine intake. Reduce your cholesterol intake. Keep your self hydrated. Drink plenty of water 3litres per day. Have green leafy vegetables and fruits. Go for morning and evening walks.
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