Low blood pressure with high heart rate and fatigue today?

Help needed. It is common for heart rate to increase when blood pressure falls. This combination can have a variety of causes. It may rise from dehydration (from protracted vomiting and diarrhea); low blood volume (internal bleeding), or adrenal hormone deficiency. Fatigue may result from the low blood pressure.

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What does it mean when you have low blood pressure but a high heart rate?

Need evaluation. Elevation in heart rate can be a compensatory change in the setting of low blood pressures. Cause cannot be determined without knowning the actual readings and without a thorough evaluation. Read more...

Sleep for 2-3 days at a time (very deeply), have low blood pressure (too low) and high heart rate. Help?

More info. I don't have any more information. Why are you sleeping for 2-3 days? Work related? Taking any medicines? Are you depress? I am more concern about your sleeping habits. You need to seek a medical consultation for a more in depth discussion with a good history and physical exam. Read more...

I have low blood pressure 60/90 and fatigue no matter if I walk, eat, rest. But my heart rate is good. What else should I check as I am so worried?

Depends. That blood pressure reading alone, without symptoms, is normal for a female your age. Symptoms such as dizziness, fainting, lightheadedness, could result from low blood pressure. Fatigue can too, although it's more difficult to ascertaining a cause/effect relationship. Read more...
See below. 60/90 is not a blood pressure. The bottom number cannot be greater than the top number. Your pressure is probably 90/60. This can be normal in a 28 year old woman. Read more...