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High BP. Taking lisinopril. Why did my BP get low twice?

hi i am 32 years old and have had high blood pressure and taking linsiporl (sorry cant spell it) i recently was in the hospitail cause they they thought something was wrong with my pancras, but said my levels went up but did have a germ in my intestions, my blood pressure did get low twice while i was in the hospitail because of the pain meds they had me on, but i got home yesterday and my blood pressure was fine last night and this moring but since about noon one o clock its been low the lowest has been 93/58 it has not got above 112/63 my question is is this normal or should i go get checked out
Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hello.Thanks for the question.This is surely not normal.Such low blood pressure surely needs medical attention and that to sooner.May be your medication dose is higher than required.I think you should bring this to notice of your doctor.Regards.
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