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Is it good if i have 111 systolic blood pressure

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I am 28 y/o. I'm in good health exercise 3-4 days a week. Played sports my whole life. Blood work is good, but I have high systolic BP. Dr. Put me on 10mg Lisinopril , did nothing. I'm currently on 20mg ...

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/100 and today it has gone to 155/111 as well) from more than month. I am using the the tablet Amlokind-5Mg from ... going for 0.5 hr walk. However, instead of seeing my BP under control, I see a hike further to 155/111 ...

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Systolic high I.e 110 to156. Age 61yrs. Diabetic,DN111, fasting below 90.creatinine-1.02, BP ... systolic. Diuretic do not want to take. ...

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I am 28 y/o. I m in good health exercise 3-4 days a week. Played sports my whole life. Blood work is good, but I have high systolic BP. Dr. Put me on 10mg Lisinopril, did nothing. I m currently on 20mg ...

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My mother is 76 years old and is in very good health, exercises regularly and eats healthy foods most of the time. Her blood pressure has been around 120s to 140s (systolic) in recent years, but her ...

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i normally have a blood pressure reading of systole numbers in the range of 132- 138 And a dystole ... nauseated and light headed Is this blood pressure reading a good one? ...

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During the past few months, my mother s blood pressure has been erratically high at least the systolic value ranging from 125 to 190 even 200 however the diastolic value has remained low 65-75. As she ...

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My blood pressure was just 111/63. Is this ok. I have been monitoring my bp for some time now after changing medication to Coveram 10mg/5mg from Coversyl when my bp always seemed around the 150 s +systolic ...

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when is diastolic BP too LOW? Is it a problem and why? Corrective measures WITHOUT unnecessarily raising systolic. YOU MUST TELL PEOPLE at beginning of wastred time that this is a FEE- Based thing. Good ...

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I just did a 24 hour blood pressure check. I am a 5 3 , 55 y.o white female and active (run, bike, tennis etc), and am approx 10-15 lbs overweight (according to me!) and in good health. The BP results ...

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doctor1 MD

Hello! So happy you are interested in your health! A systolic (top number) reading should be 120-130 at the highest for good health and the diastolic (lower number) should be 80 at best. It is ok in most cases to run a little lower, but not good to run higher. Things that increase blood pressure are stress, salt, medications, obesity, a sedentary lifestyle, unbalanced diet & lifestyle

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Systolic 100-140 Diastolic 60-88

doctor1 MD

Hi, Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns. Normal blood pressure (BP) in Adults-120/80 mm hg. However the average systolic blood pressure in healthy adults is 100-140 mm hg &, the average diastolic blood pressure 60-90 mm hg. Hence your BP is very much within normal limits. You need not be concerned. Regards Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D. Mumbai