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My BP is varies from 120/70 to 142/70, why it is happening so ?

My blood pressure varies from 120/70 to 142/70. What does it mean if the systolic pressure varies like that ?
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jun 2010
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The ideal BP is 120/80 and so if yours is 120/70 it is normal.Also you should understand that the BP of a person is not fixed and it varies in day and night;standing ;sitting;walking;running; and doing all sorts of work.The difference you have in your BP from 120/70 to 142/70 is perfectly normal so no reason to worry about it.
Answered: Fri, 9 Sep 2011
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