i have been having like sharp stabbing chest pains alot. and it stings also. i had and xray and a ct scan done on my heart. my heart beat is normal. my pains hurt mainly at nite and when i wake up in ...
from 17 to 21 i have drank heavily, almost everyday, about 4 months ago i stopped drinking i get these funny heart beats like skipped or extra beats, i have had a ecg and heart scan, blood tests and ...
Mine is that low too! I am very proud of it! lol You should be too
well the depends on your age. if your young it is good. if an adult it is a little low. just moniter it. one reading is not enough to be sure what the normal range is. as long as your not having an symptoms of low pressure such as fainting or dizzyness or lightheadness or weakness in your legs when you get up or walk. no symptoms your probably okay. if mine was that low I would go into a coma. but I need higher pressure to deal with my higher weight and other problems.
There is an upper limit for what is defined as "high blood pressure", but there's no cut off for what is defined as "low blood pressure". The reason is everyone's bodies act differently. For example, 103/61 might be perfectly normal for one person, whereas someone else might pass out from that blood pressure being too low for them. If you're not having any symptoms or side effects from it (such as dizziness, fainting, fatigue, etc) then it's not low. However, if you ARE having side effects like those, then yes, it is low. If you are having side effects, there is medication that the doctor can give you to increase your blood pressure (I'm on some for that reason actually- my blood pressure was running at about 80/57 and I was having side effects).