If I do a blood pressure log for dad how often should he get it checked for his low blood pressure?

Few times. Few times a week, different times in the day and with symptoms, not otherwise explained, such as headache, chest pain, blurred vision, etc. The technique and timing, allowing for the blood pressure to settle, are very important.

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My mom has high blood pressure and my dad suffers from low blood pressure. What are the chances of either me or my brother getting it?

Let me explain. High blood pressure can run in families. People can inherit genes that make them more likely to develop the condition. The risk for high blood pressure can increase even more when heredity is combined with unhealthy lifestyle choices, such as smoking cigarettes and eating a poor diet. A permanently low blood pressure may be inherited. So that mother as well as daughter is affected frequently. Read more...

My dad has heart problems since 15y., suddenly now he is sweating so much and has low blood pressure, what's wrong with him?!

Needs to be seen. This may be related to his heart. We need to known more about him and his condition. He is best served by seeing his cardiologist. Read more...
Sweating. Sweating may be an ominus sign. It may be a sign of heart failure. Your father needs help asop. Read more...
Take him to ER ASAP . Sounds like he is having a cardiac emergency and needs to be evaluated asap. Call 911. Read more...

My father suddenly lay unconscious showed to the doctor low blood pressure due to vegal system problem what is that?

Vagal response. A vagal response is the vagus nerve sending out signals in response to a stimulus. This results in a variety of responses , primarily slowing of heart rate and sudden temporary increase in blood vessel size. This results in a sudden decrease in blood pressure, which can result in lightheadedness or unconsciousness. Read more...

My father suddenly lay unconscious showed to the doctor low blood pressure due to vegal system problem what is that how it can be treated?

Vasovagal syncope. Vasovagal syncope occurs in response to a trigger, with a corresponding malfunction in the parts of the nervous system that regulate heart rate and blood pressure. When heart rate slows, blood pressure drops, and the resulting lack of blood to the brain causes fainting. Due to age of your father, please take him to a neurologist for diagnosis of other conditions causing unconsciousness. Read more...