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Low diastolic blood pressure

my mother is getting a reading of 88/42 when she monitors her blood pressure. I know that her diastolic blood pressure is very low and I am looking for a possible explanation. Is this something she should see a doctor about right away? She is under the care of a cardiologist and significantly overweight. She is also experiencing sudden pain and stiffness in her left arm and shoulder. Please help ASAP? A concerned daughter....
Mon, 14 Nov 2011
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Yes it is very low and it is better if you take her for a check up.

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stanto's  Response
Im 19years old,
i just finished my cardio workout and took my bp.
it was 105/35
im very worried.
cab some1 please help
General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
welcome to healthcaremagic
please take your mother to emergency soon and get admitted and she needs immediate management under physician's /cardiologist care
hope your mother be recover soon
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