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My Diastolic Is 39
BP AVERAGE: Average BP 130/78 is excellent for a 57 yo man. Newest guidelines recommend 130 and 75-80 as target for therapy. ...Read more
Normal: Yours is normal. (generally up to 35 is normal). ...Read more
Go see ur family doc: Normal blood pressure is considered less than 120/80 systolic/diastolic. In those less than 60yo in the States, we consider medication if BP greater than 140/90 at least twice. If older than 60yo, we won't treat until greater than 150/90 twice. We consider treating earlier than later if any evidence of end-organ damage eg headache, chest pain, heart failure, kidney damage, etc. Bring ur cuff 2 doc ...Read more
High heart rate ?BP: A heart rate of 105 at rest is high. Some of the causes include deconditionong, obesity, diabetes, anxious disposition, anemia, smoking, hyperactive thyroid, dehydration, fever, certain medications such as vasodilators or a heart rhythm abnormality to name a few. A blood pressure of 67/66 is an incorrect measurement. If you mean 167/66 it is high and needs to be addressed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Absolutely:IfTypical: Keep in mind: each reading, both systolic & diastolic (by all conventional methods) are actually estimations, read from only a single heart beat/pulse, different 1 each value. Of the 2, systolic reading has far stronger correlation with cardiovascular complications over time. Even stronger: the pulse pressure (difference between the 2); is a function of CO, artery stiffness & aortic valve status. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband is 31 recently had high blood pressure 140/90. His rbc, cholesterol, glucose are in right levels. His globulin level is 3.9. What does it say?
Normal: Globulin is a type of protein in the blood. Normal is usually from 2.0 to about 4.0. Levels can go up if someone has liver disease or chronic infections, but it would have to be quite high to be of any concern. Your husband's level seems just about right to me, and i wouldn't look twice if i were his doctor. Don't worry! and what a lucky husband to have you looking over all his results! ...Read more
My father is 58 years old, has diastolic BP on higher side around 98, taking medicine, systolic controlled but diastolic always remains high, what shld i ?
HIgh diastolic BP: Most doctors concentrate on the systolic (s) blood pressure as being the more important one. What is your father's systolic bp? Another important thing to know is the pulse pressure (p). That is the difference between the s and the diastolic (d) blood pressure. The wider the p is, the more likely the person will have cardiovascular disease. Ask your father's doctor for more advice. ...Read more
End diastolic volume: End diastolic volume is a better estimate of cardiac enlargement as it typically uses to orthogonal traced planes for estimation. ...Read more
Better check ur cuff: Numbers dont make sense. Take ur home cuff to ur doctors office and show him how u r doing ur chks . If its done corectly , then have him do a manual chk to see if they correlate. Your cuff may need new batteries or the cuff is wrong size etc. ...Read more
46 male. Gad/panic disorder diagnosis. My pulse stays around 85-90 which is my resting pulse. My BP is 139/85. Normal blood work. Not anxiety?
Still could be: Your blood pressure and pulse do not rule out the possibility of having generalized anxiety and/or panic disorders. Your resting pulse and blood pressure are moderately elevated. Are you using any stimulants, either prescribed or otherwise? (amphetamines, caffeine, etc). Hoping you're being fully treated for your anxiety, and that you're also working with a good family physician. ...Read more
BP122/68 pulse 95: BP is fine pulse is a little high could be dehydration ,heat ,exercise ,stress, anxiety , pain. Would hydrate ,relax and repeat. Note pulse and BP change second to second so would not worry some people have baseline higher pulse , occasionally high pulse is due to thyroid issues, very ,very rarely clot in lung if associated breathless, and chest pain F/u with doc check thyroid d-dimer ...Read more
It depends: If you don't have any symptoms of dizziness, lightheadedness, or extreme fatigue, it is probably ok. BP varies with people's body size and level of activity. Highly conditioned athletes will typically have a lower resting blood pressure and pulse. If it is of concern, i would log your blood pressure at home and discuss it with your regular doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My age is 39 male. height 5 feet 9 inches 67 kg weight. I took my blood pressure reading; its 114/74 and pulse rate is 86. Is it normal.
My husbands serum creatine level is 1.39 and hb 11.2, he is 39 years old, is this an indication of kidney disease?
My fiance takes lisinopril 20mg daily is blood pressure still is high 185/125. Why is his diastolic pressue so high?
Needs more BP medica: High blood pressure (hypertension) is very common. In most cases there is no specific cause. Such cases are called "essential hypertension". Very often, people who have high BP require 2 or 3 or even 4 medications to control it. In some cases, there is a specific cause like kidney disease or a hormonal or vascular problem. Your doctor will add medications and if necessary investigate further. ...Read more
Blood pressure: Your upper number or systolic blood pressure is low for your age and your lower number or diastolic pressure is close to usual numbers for your age. Make sure the cuff is the right size, too big will read low. If you are otherwise healthy and without symptoms it may be normal for you. All the best. ...Read more
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