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My husband is 26 years old with high blood pressure, we know a lot of it is due to genetics. (Father passed away from high blood pressure related issues and mother suffers from hbp)
He is now taking 2.5mg meds daily to control it, however it's still quite high 130~
Doctor said due to protein in urine he has to see kidney specialist, but that his kidneys are in good and functioning conditions. However, he could be that something in his kidneys are related to his pressure. So, if his kidneys are functional what could be in his kidneys that may be causing his blood pressure to go up?
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