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Your doctor will ask about your symptoms and medical history. You may also need the following diagnostic tests:
Your doctor will evaluate your condition and discuss with you the range of treatment options available. These include a combination of:
You need to monitor your blood pressure regularly to determine if your treatment is working. Use a validated device and check that the cuff fits always. Let your doctor check your blood pressure monitor for accuracy.
Check what your blood pressure reading means:
|Blood pressure reading (mm HG)||What it means|
|90/60 or below||Hypotension, or low blood pressure|
|Less than 120/80||Normal|
|120 – 129/less than 80||Elevated|
|130 – 139/80 – 89||Stage 1 hypertension|
|More than 140/90||Stage 2 hypertension|
|More than 180/120||Hypertensive crisis|
Visit your doctor for regular check-ups to better manage your condition and avoid any potential complications.
Soon after the diagnosis, your doctor will:
Your doctor will measure your blood pressure every 2 – 6 months. Likewise, your weight and BMI will be assessed every 3 – 12 months. If your doctor detects any complications, you will be advised on the necessary follow-up treatments.
Depending on your condition, your doctor may prescribe antihypertensive medications. You will need to take them regularly and permanently.
Speak to our specialists to find the best treatment plan for you.
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