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Diastolic of 104 is that dangerous

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My diastolic is 53 and my systolic is 97 with

My diastolic is 53 and my systolic is 97 with hear rate of 97 I am 57 years old taking lisonopril ... in the danger zone? ...
 

Suggest treatment for extreme systolic and diastolic readings

and high diastolic but then within 2 hours it can reverse and the systolic will be lower and the diastolic ... night in the early morning hours. She has had episodes with A-fib and fast heart rates. Is she in danger ...
 

Meaning of systolic and diastolic blood pressure measurement and pulse

Can someone please explain in very simple terms the meaning of systolic and diastolic blood ...:109). 156/62 (P: 115). 174/84 (P: 75). 142/104 (P: 101). I have been to see my doctor but he doesn ...
 

What does it mean to have a diastolic heart and what are the treatments required?

Please define what is means to have a diastolic heart. How best to take care of someone ... unchecked what are the dangers of this conditions? ...
 

Have missed beats and cough. Systolic BP 130. Diastolic BP 100. Pulse 88. Dangerous?

i am having missed beats with the urge of cough my blood pressure is 130.systolic and 100 diastolic it gets worse while lying down .is it dangerous pulse is around 88 it happens once in two minutes when i ...
 

30 weeks pregnant, have developed BP, doppler shows no diastolic notch. Signs of preterm birth ?

week on doppler scan there is no diastolic notch in uterine artery and umblical artey flow is normal biophysical profile ranks 12 dr has started aldomet 250 mg OD i want to know that is there any sign of danger ...
 

Pregnant. Had chicken pox, diagnosed a diastolic notch in uterine artery. On medication. Is it really serious problem?

anomaly scan. baby is perfectly fine and during anomaly scan at 19th wks, doctor diagnosed a diastolic ... explain me is this is very dangerous condition? Is there any more precautions i have to take in diet ...
 

Low diastolic blood pressure

my mother is getting a reading of 88/42 when she monitors her blood pressure. I know that her diastolic blood pressure is very low and I am looking for a possible explanation. Is this something she ...
 

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the Diastolic. Best regards, ...
 

Low diastolic blood pressure

I recently have been noticing a Low diastolic blood pressure, I am 32? I am a 31 year old male ... 125/80 w/ medication but recently I have been seeing lower diastolic pressures 125/65. My doctor added ...
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I and 48 years and have hypertension . I was recently diagnosed with Diastolic Dysfunction , cause ... flutter in my heart and my face feels flushed. What signs should I look for that the diastolic ...
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Is diastolic of 64 too low
Yes; it is low. Are you feeling unwell - if yes, may I know your symptoms.
 
inspite of taking LosarH my diastole is at90 to 95 Pls suggest alternate medicine. .
90 to 95 is acceptable, do life style modification.
 
Are the following results abnormal for a 55 year old female? If not, what exactly does it mean? Systolic 99 Diastolic 64 Pulse 82
No the blood pressure is not abnormal however it is low for her age. It will be better to have a systolic of 120 atleast and diastolic of 80. What you can do is to add a little more salt in the diet about 7 gms per day. These are the blood pressure parameters the systolic is the higher reading and the diastolic the lower
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