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Sudden weight loss, low pulse rate. Should I be worried about blood pressure. Had hypertension in the past

Ive been working at a manual labor job for two years now outside in the heat . I have lost maybe 50 pounds. My blood pressure used to stay high . And I went on vacation and forgot to take my Bp med with me . Now my Bp is a whole lot less then ever before. It runs usually 105 over 70 pulse 52 . Without any Bp meds. I m not used to these readings . A little scared. Is this normal or should I be concerned?
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
Your Blood pressure is about 105 over 70 is quiet within normal range but your pulse is some what on lower side.I think you have checked it from electronic machine.please check it regularly with your doctor with mercury spignomanometer for at least a week on different times without taking medicines for BP if it remains OK than you can stop it.Thanks
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