4 months old baby

Question: Hello doctor....i am having headache after pregnancy and my BP level is always high...so what can i do for this? Plzz suggest some remedy..

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Answer: hi dear! so the headaches are due to the bp only dear. you should try controlling the bp and the headache will also reduce. i hope your doctor has prescribed you with medicine for the bp if you are not taking any medicine please you should consult with the doctor . and try to avoid salt intake in food like you can have salt in daal and sabzi but you cant have salt in salads , pickle , papad , buttermilk. and start medicine your headache will subside. take care dear!
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