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After typhoid and malaria, my blood pressure is high

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after diagnosis of typhoid and malaria, my blood pressure remain high. electrolyte,creatinine and urea show normal, abdominal scan and chest xray show okay. yet my bp still rise 190/70mmhg, 160/80mmhg at sitting but 170/92mmhg, 175/100mmhg s=by standing on my feet. please what can i do?
i have permutation, my heart pound and increase in pulse. but always difficult and hard to belch after eating or drinking, i notice weakness in my right hand wrist arm and right leg

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replied March 28th, 2011
High Blood Pressure and Hypertension Answer A21363

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High Blood pressure can lead to various problems as heart diseases,kidney disease,eye disorders etc.The weakness which you are experiencing in the right side is not a good indication as it can lead to stroke.If the blood pressure is not being controlled with the present medication then you need to adjust your medications.
You require a thorough clinical examination.Kindly visit a Physician soon for evaluation and please do not ignore it.

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