Is it normal to have low blood pressure post op?

Frequently! Blood loss, not having been given adequate fluids, the trauma itself, and commonly the anesthetic agents used are residually in your system and can cause this.

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Is it normal for bpto fluctuate during change of activity from 103/70 to 133/86 just walking upstairs? I usually have low blood pressure but notice thse flucuations at home.

Normal. When exercising, your muscles need more oxygen. The heart pumps more blood around your body with more powerful contractions that will make your blood pressure increase. Your systolic blood pressure increases during exercise as the cardiovascular system delivers more blood to the working muscles and your diastolic blood pressure stays roughly the same. Keep walking those stairs; it's great exercise. Read more...
Yes. Systolic BP (the top number) normally rises with exercise. Diastolic BP (the bottom number) does not change or may drop slightly. Read more...
Normal for BP. Blood pressure varies throughout the day and with many factors such as exercise, pain, caffeine/nicotine and so on. Those numbers are fine. It is worth considering your fitness though, as some changes could be from not being in as good a shape as when younger. Read more...

I've been told I have low blood pressure but nothing worrying. Are there any simple and natural ways of raising it to a normal level?

Needed? If your lowere blood pressure is not causing you any symptoms, there is no reason for concern or need to raise it. A lower blood pressure is generally better for you. If you are having symptoms of light headedness, dizziness, or syncope, you may benefit from increasing your intake of water and salt. Read more...

Is it possible to have arteriosclerosis with normal or slightly low blood pressure?

Yes. Arteriosclerosis is a build up of abnormal lipid (fat & other substances) in the lining under the lining and in lining of blood vessels. This does not start to effect blood pressure until many blood vessels are extensively affected. Normal BP should not give you a false sense of security about arteriosclerosis; the two should both be addressed and treated. Read more...