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Question asked by Shashant

Shashant
December 2, 2014

Can high blood pressure cause kidney disease?

I have had high blood pressure forever I think it is normal for me in terms of healthy kidneys?

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  • Dr. Jitendra Kumar  / December 2, 2014
    Answered by Dr. Jitendra Kumar

    High BP may be a sign of underlying kidney disease especially if it starts in early age or very late age. At the onset of high BP , kidney check must be done. On the other hand What ever be the cause of high BP, it is harmful for the kidneys.

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