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Why do I have low BP after getting off a treadmill ?

I posted one as well. But it was in regards to heart palaptations and slowness of heart rate . Noticed heart rate in 60 s lately. Blood pressure normal. At times it feels espciall in middle of night heart almost feels like it stops then starts. Im 37 dont smoke, exercise 3 days a week on avg. Have had 4 physcials, stress tests, 2 nuclear die injections and an echo and chest x rays in the last 10 years. Blood pressure is lowest after i get off treadmill. Never had issues prior to 10 years ago after dad had heart attack .
Asked On : Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
If all the reports are normal,there is nothig to worry.
It can be due to anxiety & could be phobia of heart attack after you have seen your dad dying due to heart attack.
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Pediatrician Dr. Aseem's  Response
hi no if that will abnormal it is not fine get your lipid profile also , if TMT is not normal do angiography n consult cardiologist
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Pediatrician Dr. Aseem's  Response
hi read your prob, there is nothing to bother about low heart rate.
the person who exercise regularly has low HEart rate. in case of hypothyroidism heart become slow down. so get your thyroid profile . if it will normal don be cant harmful for health.
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