I am also on a BP med, and take K supplements. Your doctor will be doing blood work, and will let you know if you are low in K. If you already did blood work, I would call the office, and ask if this is a problem. Messing with K levels can cause complications, so make sure you need to be increasing it before you do so. If your levels are in range, then you don't need to do a thing.
If they are low, discuss adding foods with K in them, and see if you can get into range within 3 months, of show enough increase to make doctor think you can do so with diet. If you can't, or pills are blocking K absorption, then you may need to be put on a supplement to correct this.
Most people are low on a lot of nutrients, for decades at a time, so no need to panic. Wait for blood work, eat some foods with potassium, if they are part of your diet, but don't change anything till you know what is going on.
i thought you were healthy, and had looked up the K levels of all of your foods. You don't want to be doing anything that might counteract anything your doctor is doing. I don't think a few bananas of yogurt will do anything, but don't make any huge changes till you have a plan.
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