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My diastolic is 39

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Hi I was recently diagnosed with diastolic dysfunction from ECG . I am female 48 years old with no history of high blood pressure, diabetes and no high cholesterol from recent full blood work panel. I am ...
 

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Is a diastolic blood pressure of 59 too low?

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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.
 
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
 
i am a 49 yr old female. i have hypertension. i take medication for it. my Diastolic has remained high for a few hours now. should i be alarmed?
Dear Ma'am, Thanks for your query. Diastolic BP must have been there for some time, but detected incidentally now, by you. Do NOT be alarmed, as increase in dose or addition of a medicine will control it. Consult your doctor who will modify your prescription. Revert back to me for follow-up, 3-4 days after taking increased dosage. Fond regards, Have a nice day. Dr. Karanwal
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