31 weeks pregnant mother

Question: High bp.. how to reduce it? What are the impact of having high bp? Please help me. Im worried.

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Answer: Take medicines. High bp needs to be controlled. Uncontrolled can lead to intrauterine bleeding, preeclampsia and eclampsia. It will all get normal after delivery but till then you need to be monitored.
Answer: Do meditation and walking...take very less salt
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