35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi I am 35weeks pregnant my bp is between 120/80 to 130/90. My doc told me for doppler scan and some blood tests all came normal. My doc gave me some bp tablets. I am worried. Is it normal? Can normal delivery be possible with 130/90 bp.

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Answer: Hi dear it's a little bit high but don't worry as bp keeps on fluctuating at this time. U need to stay calm and relaxed. Don't think much at this point of time. Stay relaxed and do breathing exercise. Keeps on checking ur bp level. Take ur medecine regularly. U r in 35th week and still u have time to control ur bp for normal delivery.
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