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... xtra pressure to propel the blood through the clogged blood vessels. On the other hand, the pts who have had surgery to clear the blood vessels can have a lower diastolic the article says. ... (2 replies)
... The results of this recent study suggest that diastolic blood pressure as low as 50mmHg is NOT associated with increased risks of adverse events. ... (2 replies)
... In my case, I thought, if my diastolic was 105, my Systolic would run anywhere from 150 to 190. ... (1 replies)

... For the most part the diastolic readings are half the systolic. ... (1 replies)
... My diastolic was never really a problem, when I got diagnosed with hypertension my diastolic remained a solid 80. ... (3 replies)
... I have been told that young people tend to have high Diastolic and as they age they get High Systolic and lower Diatolic. I believe that is the case. ... (6 replies)
... My resting Blood Pressure usually runs about 140/65 or 135/69. I am 65 and never had trouble with high blood pressure until I got hashimoto thyroiditism (hypo). I take 180 mg Diovan. What concerns me is the low diastolic. Is this bad? (6 replies)
... Don't worry, you're ok! Diastolic pressure it's ussualy half plus one from systolic pressure. ... (10 replies)
... Any reason my diastolic would shoot high like that? ... (1 replies)
... normal elastance, thus systolic elevates abnormally with each stroke volume delivered to the aorta, and lack of recoil of the aorta in diastole produces a lower diastolic pressure. ... (5 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)
... my diastolic went down pretty fast while my systolic remained a bit elevated. My ARB is working but not as effectively as my ACE in lowering both measurements. ... (2 replies)
... and then about a half hour later the diastolic goes up to 125, but the systolic stays a nice low 70s number. I have seen it shoot up to 135 before. ... (8 replies)
... I specifically asked what was current thinking, systolic or diastolic more important, and I asked about pulse pressure. ... (11 replies)
... Not sure what was up with the diastolic there! ... (2 replies)
... I had it calibrated at the doctors office, so I believe it is indeed accurate. However is a diastolic of 55-65 at all dangerous? (3 replies)
... Hi! I'm a young 20 seemingly health male I weigh in at about 155 so pretty thin as well I'm 6'0 annnnnnd I have high bloodpressure! I take 25m metroplol My BP spikes at times for No reason (NOT ANXIETY) and can get up to 180/110 (2 replies)
... Flowergirl, Have I misunderstood this? My DIA has always been within the normal ranges (60-80) and I've only ever had a problem with the SYS. Does this mean a BP reading of, say, 150-65 is considered "normal?" Thanks, Neil (6 replies)
... Hi there, My BP averages around 135-145 / 65-70. From my understanding this places my systolic pressure about 15-20mm too high, yet my diastolic is 10-15 below "optimal". Does anyone know what causes the large difference between the two? And should I be worried? I am only 20 yrs old!! I've had a good look over previous posts but can't find much on large "pulse pressures"... (10 replies)
... mgraylorn, Two points: A. CAN I HAVE YOUR DOCTOR...PLEASE PLEASE! How logical she is, saying that aiming for 130/85 is good control. B. More seriously, if I were you, getting a consistent 116/65 at home, I would definitely cut my dosage starting with the meds that are most bothersome; if none are, then I'd cut the most expensive (usually the ARB or the Norvasc:D) (11 replies)


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