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Is there risk associated with hypotension?

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Dr. Andrew Kaplan
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
8 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Low blood pressure can result in dizziness or can cause someone to pass out.
It also may cause decreased kidney function and other organ dysfunction due to reduced blood flow. People may also feel fatigued and washed out due to hypotension.

In brief: Yes

Low blood pressure can result in dizziness or can cause someone to pass out.
It also may cause decreased kidney function and other organ dysfunction due to reduced blood flow. People may also feel fatigued and washed out due to hypotension.
Dr. Andrew Kaplan
Dr. Andrew Kaplan
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Dr. Fayaz Shawl
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: YES or NO

Low blood pressure can cause dizziness, weakness, passing out spells.
It mostly happens in patients who are taking medications on the other hand in a person who is 39 years old , low blood pressure may not mean much if one have no symptoms.

In brief: YES or NO

Low blood pressure can cause dizziness, weakness, passing out spells.
It mostly happens in patients who are taking medications on the other hand in a person who is 39 years old , low blood pressure may not mean much if one have no symptoms.
Dr. Fayaz Shawl
Dr. Fayaz Shawl
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