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Low BP count at night, shortness of breath - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   what does a low dialostic mean
Doctor :   it means that your blood pressure
Doctor :   is low
Doctor :   what is your age?
User :   19
User :   my blood pressure is 117/62
Doctor :   ok
User :   earlier today it was 120/80 and 144/70
Doctor :   ok
User :   does this mean heart failure
Doctor :   you are normal
Doctor :   do not worry the blood pressure keeps fluctuating
Doctor :   do you have any associated symptoms?
User :   but my blood pressure at night is usually 60 range for dialostic
User :   shortness of breath
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have this problem since long?
User :   month
User :   is this heart failure?
Doctor :   ok
User :   since the dialostic is so lo
User :   low
Doctor :   no this is not heart failure

Doctor :   are you hvng shrtness of breath after doing something or sitting
Doctor :   consult doc
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