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How dangerous is a bp of 170100

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My wife (44) called me and her blood pressure is 170/100. She tested it a few times. She typically runs at 130/80. Is she in danger? Any thoughts on what she can do to lower it? Should she go ...

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and 2xaday lisinopril 20s.Just lately I have had bp approx.94/54 for a few hours at a time. I am not taking any lisinopril lately. What can I do to raise the bp and how dangerous is this ...

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At my physical on Thursday during my stress test my bp was 201/110. My doctor stopped my test, had me rest and retook it sometime later and it went down to 140/99. I've not have high BP before. He ...

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I had a blood pressure of 40 onSunday shortly after I entered Lambeau field. I was light headed and Iwas feeling faint. I was taken to ER and overnight at the hospital. How much in danger was I? ...

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I am a 26 year old male, height 5'9" and weigh 165 pounds. I recently received a blood pressure reading of 147/87. Can this be corrected with better diet and exercise or is it likely that I will need medication?

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kidneys and ultra sounds and they appear normal. My questions are really how dangerous are these bp ...I am 35 and female, not quite 5ft and 8st in weight. I was diagnosed with high bp 4 years ago ...

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was dangerously high it was 282 how bad is this or is she just being a over protective mom normally after sports i ...

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should be adjusted, etc.? How dangerous is it to have your blood pressure over 185 or so? ...

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how to reduce the high bp ...

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. She is taking 2 types of blood pressure medicate each day. My questions is How dangerous are her ...

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a esthasmatic patient, my age is 28 and my bp was around 170/100 so my doc told me to tmake medication for lowering bp for 2 weeks but my hear heart is making me tense. What should I do is this dangerous ...

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why is high blood pressure a health concern?

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how dangerous is a blood pressure of 200/100? I have been having this reading for the last few weeks.? I have type 2 diabetes treated with insulin and meds, I am overweight (275) and not active ...

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My mother has had her blood pressure taken today which read 220/120. Last week it was 200/100. She has been taking blood pressure tablets for a year or so. I am concerned that it is so high. Her doc has prescribed more hypertensive drugs to take...

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It s always been my understanding that the closer the diastolic to the systolic number the higher the concern. That being said, I also understand that if either number is out of the normal range there is still concern. What are the concerns if the...

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Dear patient how low is it?

doctor1 MD

Hi BP should be controlled by medicines. If it is not too high,yoga and other life style modifications will help. If it is too high,it is better to consult a physician and take appropriate medicine. Please do not neglect as uncontrolled hypertension may lead to many complications. Wish you good health Regards

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Start with lowering calorie intake and salt intake. Start exercise. Maintain ideal body weight. These life style changes along with medicines (if needed) can bring BP and sugar down.