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I'm a 38 yr old single mom. I weigh 150lbs. I was diagnosed with preliminary hypertension back in 2015. I've been on 3 different medications, now I'm on a combo of 2 which seems to be effective for the most part. Well, I don't know if I'm still in denial but I don't think my hypertension is preliminary as my original primary care doc suggested. I realized he made a lot of presumptions based off my age and didnt really read all my tests accurately. I could be wrong but I really feel its my lifestyle and how I handle stress that is causing me hypertension. Overall, I've been trying to tackle these issues. In seeing a new primary care, a nutrtitionist and I've competely cut out alcohol and red meat. I am not a fan of exercising although I'm not fat. However, I do take walks. Can anyone relate to feeling their diagnoses of preliminary hypertension can actually be reversed?
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