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Is A Diastolic Bp Of 45 Too Low

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Dr.  Anil Grover MD

I am a 37 yr old man on bp medication ( have been for 18 years). I work out on most days ( run / weights / or surf). Recently my bp readings at home have been lower. Sometimes around 105 over 55. Is this too low? My... View answer

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Dr. Sabiha Banu MD

My systolic blood pressure at rest is usually in the 120s and the diastolic between the 60s and 70s. I always experience a sudden rise in diastolic blood pressure and, as a result, low pulse pressure a couple of minutes... View answer

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I am a 55 y.o. white male. I am a heavy exerciser (6-7 days/week, 50-90 min/session, about 4000-4500 cals/wk aerobics and weightlifting) In addition to all that, I do 20-25 miles/week of dog walking). My diet is about 2500... View answer

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