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If you are not responding to most classes of blood pressure lowering medication, this may signify that you are not suffering from essential hypertension (when there's no identifiable cause of high blood pressure) but your increased blood pressure is probably due to some other condition in the body such as a renal disorder or a hormonal disorder. Therefore I would advice you to consult a nephrologist who will try to find out if there is any underlying disorder causing the hypertension and also if present will be better able to treat the cause instead of just prescribing blood pressure lowering medication.
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