... a ct scan in some situations but I don't know how true that is. I guess it depends what you are looking for. My grandfather has a similar problem. He has had low blood pressure all his life and was told yrs ago to eat a high salt diet. He was okay for a long time but lately he has been dizzy and passing out. ... (8 replies)
... bronchitis. I always had low blood pressure, but it never affected me in a negative way. ... (8 replies)
... and my heart rate averages 60 beats per minute. I always assumed that my dizziness came from a sudden dip in my blood pressure. The tilt table test will tell you if that's the case. During my tilt table test I ended up passing out and then flatlining for 6 seconds. ... (8 replies)
... or so, with 80s and even 70s at night. Sometimes the systolic is around 100 with dyastolic as low as 40. ... (8 replies)
... How low is your BP? ... (8 replies)
... Not dizzy, no. Sometimes I may feel light headed and in the past I've documented low blood pressure during one of these "episodes" but as of late my blood pressure has been 120/70 - which is great.
Lately, however, I have been constantly light headed - even while laying down. (2 replies)
... and my pulse was 114. I am a female in her late 20s and about 120 pounds. My heartbeat seems to go really fast then go really slow then start up again relly fast. ... (3 replies)
... pulse. being morbid obese expected it to be very high. blood pressure normal but pulse 48!!! turns out since monitoring it that l have a low pulse anywhere between 42 to 69 . had full tests done other day which shows low pulse but all else ok. physician a little baffled due to obesity. ... (4 replies)
... Yes! Sometimes I don't feel good during the day but most of the time the bad symptoms only come at night! I mentioned this to my doctor but he didn't act like that was important. But if there are several of us who's symptoms come primarily at night, then it must be.. (8 replies)
... Sara -- I"m not sure what's going on here. I also posted a reply yesterday that vanished. Any idea why? I just listed my stats (BP, etc) and recent history. Now I posted in your thread. Seems like so many of us have similar problems.
One thing I keep forgetting to mention: I tend to feel fine the first half of the day. It's usually in the afternoon and especially at night... (8 replies)
... I have a lot of the symptoms hummingbirdkiss mentioned, such as the heart racing if go up a flight of stairs, or even if I stand up! And doctors also blame my symptoms on anxiety, even though I have no history of anxiety.
I just read up on pericarditis and a lot of symptoms match. But the doctor listened to my heart many times, and I had the echochardiogram. Wouldn't they... (8 replies)
... Have you taken a tilt table test yet? (8 replies)
... I still think the first step in hubby's problem is to check the possible link between his DIZZINESS and his LOW PULSE RATE. ... (7 replies)
... I assume your blood pressure is ok. Hi,and welcome! This is very frustrating to you i'm sure. When you had tests did the dr say anything about PVC'S? ... (6 replies)
... Although, I have had attacks with a more normal pulse and blood pressure. ... (17 replies)
... Your decision seems to be somewhat reasonable. Beta Blockers can slow down the heart, lower the blood pressure and make one feel lethargic. ... (1 replies)
... When I work out, my heart rate goes up a lot higher and lot faster than it used to. Yesterday I tried doing a fairly low cardio workout, I was just doing leg presses, hamstrings, calfs, etc. All with a couple minute break inbetween and no cardio at all. ... (0 replies)
... ass. Five hours later, I am still tired and short on breath. My heart keeps going "BANG, BANG, BANG" against my chest. Very slowly, but very hard. I used to have low blood pressure and my pulse is very slow. I also naturally have a low body temperature. My heart feels better when I cough. ... (2 replies)
... Could you easily feel your heart racing, or do you have to take your pulse to notice the fast beat? ... (10 replies)
... I am not a health professional, but, when sleeping ALL systems slow down, including breathing, heart rate, metabolism, etc. ... (11 replies)