Our expert says:
You can consult your doctor for blood tests and an urine analysis to determine if your kidneys are functioning normally. Your doctor can add a diuretic to your blood pressure regime. I also suggest that you consult a dietrician for a low salt diet, as high salt intake can cause water retention and in turn elevated blood pressure. Frequent cardio-vascular exercise will also help to control your blood pressure.
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