The treatment of blood pressure is a complex issue.
If you have not addressed any of the problems I mentioned above, then simply changing medications, or increasing medications, leaves the underlying problems in place.
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In fact, I routinely get people reduced on their medications, or off their medications, but underlying problems [and it is very rare that there are not any...exercise, diet, weight, nutrition, etc] need to be addressed.
A day to day fluctuation would not typically need a change of med unless the fluctuation is t0o high on average. So in fact you should keep monitoring this, and if you are continually moving up, or on the high side, this does indeed need to be addressed medically as well as in every other way.
Currently, your average [of only two values] is on the high side.
Typically , we monitor this with a couple of readings a day for one to two weeks, depending on the situation, but that should be OKed by your doctor.
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