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... Here is a crude chart showing my average diastolic blood pressure from 1998 thru 2010. ... (14 replies)
... I took him to ER and they did bloodwork and EKG...all came back good. Was told to follow up with his MD but was also told not to add another BP med or Diastolic would drop too low. ... (0 replies)
... I know that my systolic number is high and diastolic number is low. ... (1 replies)

... yeah it makes me wonder if my home monitor is just messing with me and giving low readings. ... (12 replies)
... there abouts ..your bp readings look good maybe a wee bit low but good .... ... (4 replies)
... Ive never seen my diastolic that low, and am wondering if i should be concerned? ... (4 replies)
... I posted the following answer the other day to someone who was asking "how low is too low? ... (12 replies)
... Average around 126. Now my diastolic number is the weird one. It goes from mid 80s to high 105. What the heck can I do to get that number down? ... (1 replies)
... I think my low blood pressure is caused by depression. I've been recently making a log of my readings, and it seems that depression may be the culprit. ... (1 replies)
... Your BP is not worrisome...just something to keep your eye on. But ideally the diastolic should be at or below 80. We're only dealing with a couple of points here. Continue to monitor at home, get back to your ideal weight and see what happens. ... (5 replies)
... "If the number chronically exceeds 60, advanced atherosclerosis is usually present." I'm quoting from a medical book. The first step may be to have a CT Heart Scan to determine high levels of calcification in the arteries. You can do this on your own without a doctors prescription which costs about $425 at a private diagnostic clinic. Takes 5 minutes. If the calcium score... (3 replies)
... Hi, I'm a little concerned about my husband. He is currently taking meds for high bp. He usually checks his bp once a day and lately his systolic # has been high, but his diastolic # is low. Yesterday it was 148/68 and today it was 154/62. I thought it was a little worrisome that the difference between his top and bottom numbers is so high. What would cause this? Thanks,... (3 replies)
... Don't worry, you're ok! Diastolic pressure it's ussualy half plus one from systolic pressure. ... (10 replies)
... not to that two hundred level. I have pills and I told my doc if it gets high on my home monitor, I'll take the pill. So far, it's been in the 120's or lower. My diastolic number is low like 68 always. I took blood tests and my LDL is a tiny bit high but no damage to organs so doc is not pressuring me. ... (0 replies)
... When I am able, I will have the appropriate tests completed. Right now I would just like to get my systolic numbers down. The diastolic numbers are normal!!! ... (5 replies)
... What concerns me is that my blood pressure will often be normal on the systolic but has gone as low as 53 on the diastolic. ... (3 replies)
... onths in the evenings and on the weekends my blood pressure has been making me feel tired and at times a little disconnected. It would be below 110 systolic and diastolic would range from 68 to 72. ... (27 replies)
... Have bad anxiety. Been on 10 mg. Lex for two weeks. Feel great. BP used to get as high as 140 systolic (diastolic always normal or below normal). Now I'm averaging as low as 109/65 in the morning and late evening and 118/68 in middle of afternoon, while at work! Convinced if you control the anxiety, you control the BP. I am proper weight, fit and had a complete cardio... (0 replies)
... the blood pressure falling too low at night so that the pumping action of the heart might not be sufficient to sustain circulation. ... (51 replies)
... I've been monitoring my blood pressure for the last year or so, and it would usually tap around the 120s or 130s (systolic) and maybe 60s to 70s (diastolic). Lately, though, my blood pressure seems to have been rising. My diastolic is relatively the same, but it seems to want to hang around the upper 60s/low-to-mid 70s more than it used to. Also, the 140s were less common... (1 replies)

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