... I've taken my blood pressure almost 31,000 times since 1998. I'd like to share some of my blood pressure readings with others, so that others can compare their results with mine. ... (2 replies)
... My son is 34, average weight and has been having high blood pressure spikes. ... (3 replies)
... use of her heart. In addition to lotrell I also take atacand 16mg. I believe genetics have something to do with it, all my relatives on my fathers side have high blood pressure. ... (6 replies)
... thank you for all of your advise..
i am going tomorrow to the doctor as much as i hate to.
here are my results for the night so far.
November 4, 2008
155/105 @ 5:35 (6 replies)
... a significant difference in blood pressure between the arms. ... (2 replies)
... had blood work drawn.... ... (3 replies)
... First a few facts about me... 51 year old male, recovering alcoholic (6 years sober) and finally stopped smoking two years ago... Had a history (family and personal history) of high blood pressure (160/90) going back many years. However, when I got sober, blood pressure moderated to normal range (120/75) without medication. But, about a month ago, I began to have headaches... (7 replies)
... He says my creatinine levels of 116 are slightly elevated and my GFR is less than normal but nothing to panic about. ... (5 replies)
... is it normal to have a reading of 160/90 in the left arm and 116/70 in the right. (2 replies)
... Graylorn, I know that you really do mean well. I am not trying to be tough on you. We just have a difference of opinion. The meds. over the past 2 years have made my lifestyle much worse, even after trying 3 doctors..... I don't think that I really need them at all. I will start a slow wean next week off of the Atenolol & if I need one med then I will try the Lotrel with the... (11 replies)
... If she has made it to 96, than meds. would not be a good idea imo, but I'm not a doc. With those readings, it sounds like white-coat. They are now saying that 115/75 is normal. I truly believe that they create these guidelines, so that everyone would have HBP. My 23 year old g/f has readings like 142/75 after a stressful day at work. My Mom has 150/100 at her last docs. appt.... (16 replies)
What Im trying to state is yes you can get repeated higher readings from one reading if it scares you, if I got a reading of 150/90 one day, I was taking it 3 times an hour, watching and watching, I was sensitizing myself to the higher number, and the more I worried the higher it would go. Example 160/96. I was literally freaked out over the readings, scared to... (10 replies)
... I had difficult to treat, chronically high blood pressure. I also had Heart Failure. ... (13 replies)
... Blood Pressure and heartrate varies all day long. You can take three bp readings in a row and get three different bp readings and three different hr readings. ... (10 replies)
... Six months ago I found out I had high blood pressure. ... (5 replies)
... I have a question, I'm rather new at all this. I was diagnosed with HBP just over a month ago after feeling flushed at night with headaches. It was just in the evenings. So I started going to the local drugstore and using the BP machine. I knew I had a family history of HBP so I would check it. It was anywhere from 126/77 to 150/82 so I went to the local walk in clinic and... (0 replies)
... ds. I have been having breathing problems and dizziness for these past 2 years and tightness in the chest. I have brought this up to my doctor, had ekg's done, blood work etc. and nothing has showed up. ... (10 replies)
... Systolic Range for the year ran from 101 to 207, Diastolic from 64 to 124, based on 3,599 blood pressure readings. ... (35 replies)
... So, like me, you have researched the effects of physical activity on your blood pressure. Very good! ... (25 replies)
... impossible to take it all day long. I also did a bad experiment at work one day. Someone on these boards had suggested taking my BP at work so you cold see if my pressure was running high all day. ... (25 replies)