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Blood Pressure Pulse Rate Chart
My blood pressure is 106/65 and my pulse is 65.Do I need to go to the E.R.? I normally have high blood pressure.
NO: You are fine. Relax. This is normal BP and Pulse. There is normal range of BP from 90/60 to 140/85. and Pulse varies from 60 to 100. ...Read more
Blood pressure is a measurement of the force placed on the blood vessels and is comprised of the "systolic" pressure (the top number on a blood pressure meter) which is the peak pressure when the heart is pumping, and the "diastolic" pressure (the bottom number on a blood pressure meter) which is the pressure during the resting phase ...Read more
Deconditioned: Probably deconditioned due to lack of exercise but there are multiple other possible causes, see your doctor. ...Read more
Normal: Normal, no worries.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Was it 65/58? That seems almost impossible. Perhaps it was 165/58? Either way it's abnormal. ...Read more
I just checked my blood pressure and it was 113/82
And my pulse is 128 is it high and if it is what do I do?
Blood pressure is ok: but your heart rate sounds a little high. That might be related to what you are doing or just did before you measured it. If you are sitting for 3 minutes relaxing I would suspect your heart rate should be closer to 60. If you are concerned bring this to the attention of your health care provider and get a thorough check up. ...Read more
What to do if I have a blood pressure of 183/92 and my pulse is at 91. I'm 25 years old. Should i be worried?
I took my blood pressure and it happened to be 106/70 and my pulse is 57 bpm. Is this normal? Or should I be concerned?
Recently my blood pressure has dropped in the evenings. Last night it was 144/59 and my pulse was 74. Is this something serious?
That's not normal BP: 144/59 is still considered hypertension -- normal blood pressure is closer to 110 or 120 over 70-80. Normal pulse is from around 55-90 or so. The blood pressure you got is mildly elevated and not considered low. If it is running higher earlier in the day, you may need to see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My blood pressure fluncuates between extreamly low to extreamly high as does my pulse. What is a safe normal fluncuating number i know 120/80 is ideal?
Varies: Older a person is, and the more risk factors for stroke and heart disease, the more dangerous fluctuations could be. Normal to have large fluctuations during exercise, extreme anxiety/stress. If at rest, something may be wrong. Heart rhythm testing, checking for medical conditions that could cause this- hyperthyroidism, adrenal problems- is needed. BP can feel like it is fluctuating and be normal. ...Read more
See your doctor: A variety of issues can cause this type of presentation. See your doctor for evaluation to determine if anything of serious substance is occurring. Iron deficiency, thyroid disorders, blood sugar problems and heart issues may present in this manner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
U r in normal: That is normal range.Get a more detailed answer ›
Monitor: Your pulse may temporarily rise and fall based on your activity and other factors. A rate of 105 is only slightly high. If you have no symptoms and the pulse is regular, just check it again after a half hour of rest. If your pulse is persistently high, check with your doctor. ...Read more
Today my blood pressure was 157 over 110 and my pulse was 115. Is that bad? I'm a 35 yr old female, over weight and I smoke.
I have a paradoxial effect to antihistimates as it raises my pulse and blood pressure. What antihistames can I take that wont have this effect?
Newer antihistamines: The newer class of antihistamines like Claritin (loratadine) have very little central side effects. These may include sedation, changes in BP , prostate effects, etc. Paradoxical side effects do occur especially if you re taking many different medications. Review all you meds with your physician or pharmacist. ...Read more
can be related: If your pulse is fast enough, it would make your BP drop- usually over 150 in adults. How fast have you measured it to be? Some things can make the pulse fast and the BP low like hemorrhage, dehydration, fever/sepsis, heart attack, thyroid excess to name a few. How's your general health? ...Read more