Friday, April 13, 2012
TTC? Careful with Blood Pressure Medications
Everyone knows that high blood pressure can lead to deadly consequences if left untreated. Pregnant women can also have a multitude of complications from high blood pressure (it can also contribute to infertility). However, if you have high blood pressure and you are trying to conceive, you should read this article and discuss it with your doctor - especially if you're on medication:
Birth Defects Sharply Rise When Using ACE Inhibitors
There is much you can do to lower high blood pressure naturally. It's the same old advice: Reduce your weight, eat a healthy diet, and moderately exercise on a regular basis.
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