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i am 11 week pregnant,my blood pressure is 140/80,i am suffering by frequent short temper,is this dangerous for my pregnancy?is there any natural way to cure my hyper tension and reduce my blood pressure?????????
Walking or swimming for 30 minutes a day should help both with mood and with blood pressure. Your current blood pressure is not dangerously high, but I would not like to see it go much higher. You WILL need to watch it carefully as you get close to your due date. It should naturally go down a bit as you get into your second trimester.
Keeping the weight off, and watching salt intake are two other good bits of advice!
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