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Have low BP. Active in sports. What is wrong with me?

Hello, after a workout session (20min - cardio, 40min - intense weightlifting) my pressure is 135/48, pulse 71. My normal pressure is about 125/65, pulse 55. I am 18 years ols, 150 pounds, did a lot of sports, starting from professional swimming and tennis and finishing with snowboarding and cycling. I feel fine, but a difference for pulse pressure worries me. why could it be and how abnormal it it?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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High values during or shortly after exercise due to increased stroke volume, so check at least 3-4 hours after exercise
if high value is consistent - still it can be normal in your case because your heart rate remain low due to your intense exercise
i am giving some list of causing high pulse pressure-
Arteriovenous fistula
Chronic aortic regurgitation
Heart block
Aortic dissection
Raised intracranial pressure

if you want , then can consult with cardiologist
Answered: Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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