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What is a normal pulse rate and I have problem of dizziness

What is normal pulse rate? I am 73yr. have ICD . My pulse rate was 83 with BP of 103/64.? I have problem of dizzyness. Doctor did cut coreg down to 6.25 once a day and stopped the Aldactone 25mg. Doesn t take much to drop my BP. High BP was never problem.
Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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Your pulse rate is fine and your BP is not really too low. Low blood pressure is usually 90/60 or less. Your bottom number is close, but this is not a bad blood pressure. If you are having symptoms of dizziness you should consult your doctor about this and make sure he/she is aware. Continue to monitor your BP since your physician did decrease one of your medications and stopped the other. Your medications could have caused your blood pressure to be lower, but again is not a bad blood pressure. But still monitor your symptoms and consult your physician. Click below links about Coreg and Aldactone and other information about intraventricular conduction delay if you like:
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