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Is there anything to worry about when you bp is too low ?

Is there anything to worry about when you bp is too low. Or is this too low. I have a home bp montior and here are my reading from the last few days ... 100/62 99/64 102/60 100/59 117/73 ~~ I know this is ok 111/65 Are these too low ?
Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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You have nothing too worry about. Those Blood Pressures are normal. If you want I will be happy to review your medications or your daily routines, such as workouts, age and etc. to give an exact answer. As long as your BP stays above 90 systolic and 40 diastolic you are in a normal range. Some people tend to stay a little lower. If you drop into the 80's systolic that is a cause of concern. Your BP can be explained by a good diet, regular excercise resulting that you are in good shape, or you could be on medications that will keep your pressure a little lower. The bottom line is that it is better to run a little lower then higher.
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