19 Apr 2010
Turn the temp down a little bit on the hot tub and call your doc to make sure it's ok. Relaxing in a (not too hot) hot tub with candles, nice music, soothing aroma therapy, may even help bring your BP down. Only my opinion. Double check with doc and have some relaxing fun! I hope your doc gives you the go ahead!
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