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Answered: How to position arm for taking blood pressure?

Have your arm straight and relaxed, place the cuff over your bicep, and turn on the machine. It will constrict, and shut off the blood flow temporarily. As the bag deflates, bloodflow will resume, giving an audible thumping sound. That is your systolic blood pressure. The bag will continue to ...

Answered: Is it safe to take Vitalikor with blood thinners

It is well known that blood thinners negate the beneficial effects of Vitalicor.

Answered: Can high blood pressure be hereditary or is it primarily caused by bad

Definitely, bad lifestyle can be a big factor in your BP rise. I would recommend a total change if you want to preserve your health and live longer.

Answered: Why Need Umbilical cord blood banking?

For the stem cells. To treat disease later on in life, like cancer.

Answered: Aspirin can help pain

Aspirin does help alleviate pain from headaches, fever and muscle pain. It can also act as blood thinner. My mom even uses it for her hypertension. It may also be effective for clot prevention after hip replacement surgery. You can read about it at http://hipreplacementnewsandupdates.blogspot.com ...
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Blood test I have high blood pressure and need blood test what could

You may need some tests to see if hypertension is affecting the rest of your body. These may include: a urine test - protein in your urine may be the first sign of a kidney problem a blood test to check your cholesterol and blood sugar levels, as well as the condition of your kidneys an ...

Can wearing sanitary gloves cause blisters or warts

Are you absolutely certain this isn't an allergic reaction? This really something that should be ruled out by a doctor.

What causes Gastroesophageal Reflux or GERD?

All I know is that before having any type of surdery or having to be on long term meds, talk to a chiropractor first. My husband was diagnosed with GERD, and he was on daily pills for it. I finally talked him into going to the chiropractor, and once he was adjusted he stopped taking the meds without ...