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What is considered low blood pressure?
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Dr. Louis Grenzer
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Just a number
Well 120/80 has been considered average.
Under 100 is getting low. But what is more important is how do you feel. If you feel well, i would not worry about a low blood pressure. Actually people with a low blood pressure live longer. I have seen patients with a pressure of 80/60 who feel quite well.

In brief: Just a number
Well 120/80 has been considered average.
Under 100 is getting low. But what is more important is how do you feel. If you feel well, i would not worry about a low blood pressure. Actually people with a low blood pressure live longer. I have seen patients with a pressure of 80/60 who feel quite well.
Dr. Louis Grenzer
Dr. Louis Grenzer
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Dr. Michael Klein
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Depends on symptoms
This varies by age and symptoms.
One important point is that a blood pressure that others consider normal /good (such as 110/70) could actually be too low in some medical conditions such as aortic stenosis. Generally, 90/60 would be a good official answer as the bottom limit, but this is normal in conditioned athletes and kids. Fatigue, dizziness, fainting are signs pressure may be too low.

In brief: Depends on symptoms
This varies by age and symptoms.
One important point is that a blood pressure that others consider normal /good (such as 110/70) could actually be too low in some medical conditions such as aortic stenosis. Generally, 90/60 would be a good official answer as the bottom limit, but this is normal in conditioned athletes and kids. Fatigue, dizziness, fainting are signs pressure may be too low.
Dr. Michael Klein
Dr. Michael Klein
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