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Bp Reading Go High After Eating
What does a high diastolic reading in a BP reading stand for? What are the causes and implications? In addition to drugs, what can a patient do?
Blood pressure: Blood pressure readings give two numbers. The higher number is systolic. The lower number is diastolic. Systolic is when the heart is contracting/pumping blood. Diastolic is during the time the heart is relaxing. Hi readings for either one is considered abnormal and should be treated if persistent. Other than medication, weight-loss and low-salt diet may help lower these numbers. ...Read more
Does low battery of digital bp machine gives inaccurate reading? I'm using omron hem 7111. past 3 days low bp reading 120/82 now lowbatt high 140/90
My 1st BP reading is 134/82, 2nd reading 122/77 and 3rd 116/74. Why my 1st reading alwz high and which reading should I consider?
My bp reading is 145/109 I no this is very high do I see a dr right away or do I make lifestyle changes first and see if I can lower it on my own?
See a physician: Asap. I suggest monitoring your BP 3 times daily with a reliable BP cuff until seen and bring readings to your PCP. ...Read more
I am 44 years old and my gp said my blood pressure was high! My lower reading was 89! what is the ideal BP reading?
Ideal BP: Ideal BP would be 120/80 or less. 120-140/80-90 is consider pre-hypertension. ...Read more
What's the best trestment for white coat syndrome? I get soooo nervous at dr. Appts and get an insanely high BP reading but normal at home.
See below: You've taken the first step by acknowledging your difficulty. Psychologically the next step would be to identify your fears specifically and then confront them rationally careful to remove our tendency to catastrophize. Let your doctors know of your fear so they can help. There is a very nice review here: http://www. Webmd. Com/anxiety-panic/features/beyond-white-coat-syndrome? ...Read more
After running/walking for 40 min I took a high bp reading and it came out high 140/90. Is this bad? I am 25 years old with no history of high bp?
Time of BP Reading: It depends on when you measured your BP. It is not unusual to be high immediately after moderate - vigorous exercise but your BP will drop down to normal (120/80 or less) after resting for a few hours. If it stays persistently elevated even when you don't exercise then you will need to follow up with your doctor. Take care ...Read more
I seem to always get a high BP reading in the dr. Office. I was worried and started checking at home and BP is normal. Would I need anxiety meds maybe?
Anxiety and BP: Your high BP reading in the dr's office suggests worried thinking/anxiety associated with the dr visit. This by itself may not require anti-anxiety medication, but if you suffer from anxiety in other situations it may be helpful to consider it. Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy may be of help in reducing your anxiety. ...Read more
Alwz my 1st BP reading high. My first reading 155/87 after few minutes it's 126/74 and 122/70. So I want to know which one is correct.?
Measure BP correctly: Probably the second or third. Remember that if you have to measure BP you should do it after resting 5-10 min, relaxed, sitting down and not after rushing and worried about bp. At age 24, if you are healthy and without the diagnosis of hbp, you should not measure your BP routinely unless ordered by your md. ...Read more
I had high BP readings at work. 120/70-80 at home. Is my high BP reading bcoz of my post strep gn? Or kdney dse? Normal s.Crea and urine. Hi choles.
Hi BP: Your reading of 120/70-80 are within normal limits. ...Read more
Last 2010 I have 3 high BP reading. Blood and urine test all normal except for highldl. My father have htn. Is it coz of kdney dse? My BP now alwys120/80
Familial: The great majority of hypertension cases are familial rather than due to kidney disease. To prevent your blood pressure from becoming high, avoid excess salt, maintain a good weight and exercise regularly. You need dietary advice to lower your ldl. You have no evidence of kidney disease. ...Read more
Different bp reading left normal 114. right high systolic 135-145. Dr did some tests (blood ekg echo ct) all normal. He just sent me home and told me its okay and didn't explain due to some communications issues. Should I consult anther dr?
Communication: Communication is very important in all of life's interactions. Medical ones really have communication as important. If you don't have good communication with your doctor, finding one you can communicate bidirectionally with, is a good idea. ...Read more
I recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure. Monitoring average reading is 156/97. How bad is this?
It's high: The average reading you are seeing is high, and does need to be treated. It's not urgently high, i.e., no reason to run to the er. But every reason to take the meds from your doctor (if applicable) and to learn about ways to control with lifestyle changes. Search online for information about the d.A.S.H. Diet and other ways to get your blood pressure in control. ...Read more
Took 5 days, stop 3 weeks ago. Get normal readings 2 hrs after eating, only fast is high. Was 200 2 weeks ago, now 160. In past has resolved w/o rx.?
Checked blood sugar 4-5 hours after eating. It was 115. Usually it's under 100 at that point. Is the 115 reading too high or is this "normal "?
First of all, you are NOT a "diabetic." You have diabetes.
Next, I do not know how old you are or what meds you are taking. Also, don't know if you have diabetes related complications such as hypoglycemia and heart disease. We try to keep the 2 hour after eating blood glucose levels below 140 mg/dL if possible. Some believe that less than 180 is also OK. Ask your doctor for clarification. ...Read more
High normal fasting gluc and HgA1c. Normal 2 hour post prandial readings. Can fatty liver be causing my "pre-diabetic" state?
Pre-diabetic?: Your lab values does not suggest pre-diabetes but pre-diabetic state can cause fatty liver not the other way around. Decrease your carbohydrate intake and eat low fat diet to decrease the risk starting today. It also will help you to decrease the risk of arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Contact me if you have further questions. Hope this helps. ...Read more
No: Don't panic over a single static bp. However, if your diastolic (lower) pressure remains above 80-90, you will definitely need to seek medical attention. Make an appointment with your primary doctor to discuss this. ...Read more
Taking BP reading from the resting state how much should it go up once a person gets up & moves around doing their daily living?
Huge variability: Variability in BP can be anywhere from3mmhg to 45mmhg. Hr variability can be 2beats to 50 beats per minute with activity. ...Read more
An hour: Wait an hour or your readings will be spurious. ...Read more
Depends: If this person is otherwise healthy, then ideally below 160/80. If treating above 140 and below 160, there may be at risk of complications resulting BP medication use. ...Read more
Is there a certain amount of water you're supposed to drink or hydration level to get an accurate BP reading?
A relative of mine has had a BP reading of 250/150 and is concerned about heart. Does anyone know about this?
My father is 75 years old, his BP reading from 2weeks are 140/20 or 130/10 mm hg. What could be causing these results?
Bp: For effective kidney perfusion I would shoot for 120-140 /70-80 or 85 and a heart rate of 60-80. It's important to avoid using antihypertensive medications that may worsen kidney function, elevate potassium levels dangerously or slow the heart rate too much. A nephrologist is best qualified to answer this question, however. ...Read more
Ideal BP is 120/80:
What was your pre-treatment BP? Do you feel any symptoms with a BP of 105/85? - feeling weak, light headed, dizzy etc.
The ideal BP is 120/80 but each person is a little different.
Lifestyle modification- Mediterranean diet, no added salt
& regular exercise- walking, yoga, meditation. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my dad is 75 years old, his BP reading from 2weeks are 140/20 or 130/10 mm hg. What is the cause?
Don't worry: The cause is likely that he's 75 and has stiff arteries. Alternatively, he may have aortic regurgitation. The low diastolic BP is an artifact. If you placed a catheter in his his aorta, the true measure of central BP, it would be higher. His true diastolic BP is, no doubt low, but not that low. If he's feeling okay, don't sweat it. ...Read more
I have an avg. Resting BP of 118/63 and a resting hr of 50. Is this ok for a 50 year old male? Sometimes I get a higher BP reading.
EXCELLENT!: You must be in pretty good shape! ...Read more
I am 30yrs old 200lbs. 2wks ago my BP reading was 160/114, with diet and exercise its now 143/98. Is it safe to take co-diován 80/12.5 to lower it?
Yes: BP is higher after exercise but the systolic BP should not be higher than200 mmhg. ...Read more
I have started Norvasc (amlodipine) 5 mg from a month. Could I stop it if I get lower BP reading every day.?
I'm hypertensive. I'm having some difficulty breathing now; with a BP reading of 127/87; and pulse of 95. Should I worry?
I am a 19 year old male who's slightly on the skinnier side at 134 pounds. My BP reading was 122/67. Is the diastolic too low?
My dad on bp meds, has had normal reading. Last wk, had diarrhea episode. I noticed his bp reading is now quite low at 90/70. Could diarhea be cause?
Blood pressure is: Usually dependent on fluid volume status. Diarrhea causes you to lose fluid (become dehydrated.) The diarrhea has contributed to fluid volume loss and therefore the BP is lower. ...Read more
Does smoking and mastrubating increase blood pressure? If yes, how big is the difference? Can I smoke before taking a BP reading? Last reading 140/100
Your BP is too: High...No physician is going to tell you it's ok to smoke so don't. ...Read more
Should a doctor only go off his once a month BP reading in his office or off ones I take weekly for a period of time for an average bp reading?
Need to include all.: White phenomenon is real and needs treatment but readings outside the office can help direct treatment. ...Read more
Hypertension defined: Everyone's blood pressure rises and falls during the day in response to activities. During exercise, it is normal for the blood pressure to rise. A resting blood pressure should be below 135/85 mmhg. If resting blood pressures are always above this cut off, that defines hypertension and it should be treated to avoid long-term consequences of elevated blood pressure. ...Read more
Should I throw out my first BP reading, was 137/86 second was 129/82. If so should I recommend to dr also. My 1st reading is always higher?
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