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My BP is 100/64 with multiple Sclerosis, please suggest

My blood pressure is 100/64. A 44 year old woman with Multiple Sclerosis. Doc. does not seem to be concerned but I think that seems pretty low any views ?
Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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Your BP is excellent, no need to worry, this is my view because mine is 90/60 LOL , but I perfectly alright, just don't think too much on petty things OK, and you will be fine.
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