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Question: Hi i hv been recently diagnosed with high blood pressure of 150/90 and taking labetalol since 3 days but still my bp is same but urine has trace albumin with no headache or blurring of vision or epigastric pain. Dr has asked for section, wt shud be done? Shud i wait for labour naturally or get section done?
Answer: Firstly u should calm down nd be stressless... i also sufferng frum dis problem till 4th month nd my bp level goes upto 210/130 ..nd i also dont have dis problems lyk headache at all.. just have your medicines on time nd u can also take labetalol with nicardia retard i also take frum eight month after consult of physician... go for mild walk, do breathng exercise ,nd have one coconut water it vl help to manage your bp levels nd dont eat spicy nd oily foods. If u takng the ghee fried dry fruits then leave it immediately... have four soaked almonds at empty stomach ... just do these thngs everythng vl be fine otherwise your decision... my dr. Also prescribe to me for c.section but now i manage my bp level nd she also give me advice to wait for the natural pains.. nd dea everythng is on god,s hand.. sometime normal deliveries changes to ceserian also situation depends ..god bless to u.. stay happy .. nd count down begin just thng about your baby .. you are very near to meet your baby.. be positive.. take care.
Question: My bp is 150/90 after half an hour its 130/90.so dctr said tmrw also chck bp and if its above 130 then u hv to admit hsptl..so am worried ..can i have normal delivery..am tensed
Answer: Don't worry at all..you can have normal delivery ..its normal thing ... But most importantly stay relax..and cool
Question: high BP in 16 the week.. weight 118 kgs.. how to protect my baby
Answer: Avoid excessive sugary or fatty foods as these contain empty calories and, although tasty, don't help keep your weight stable.Eat lots of fruit and vegetables with lean meat or fish.Remember that potatoes and bread are not fattening until you put butter on them.Brown or wholemeal bread is more filling than the white variety, as is brown rice compared to white.Alcoholic drinks are best avoided as they are not recommended for either mother-to-be or baby – fruit juice with sparkling mineral water is a good alternative.If you feel an attack of the nibbles coming on, opt for dried fruit and a glass of water, this will help fill you up and avoid constipation, which is a common side effect of pregnancy.