He had heart surgery at 5 months of age. Since then he has been very well. When I massage his hands they go back to normal and are fine for the rest of the day. I thought at first that he was cold, ...
I am a 56 year old male, 6 ft 245 lbs. Non smoker, work out 3 days a week. My resting heart rate is 68, when I stand up it increases to 100, when I walk around it is 95 to 110, when I play ping pong ...
Or is this something that needs to be brought to the physicians attention? This is the fifth or sixth time in a week this child has said their heart is beeping and they hear it in their ear and feel ...
My blood pressure is 97/54?
It is very low and makes me feel tired at times during the day. I'm told it's ok. but not so sure!
you don't mention your age....that has something to do with it.
97/54 is normal for someone that is say 12 to 18 years old.
if you get tired, it is more likely because you don't eat right or get sufficient sleep, a blood pressure like that isn't low.
it is very low. Were you told this by your doctor? Consider seeing a cardiologist.
its a bit to low
but FEEL GOOD ABOUT IT
it means you live longer as if its high like mine you wont make it probably into your ninteys as your heart works really really hard.
feel good you have a long life ahead of you unless a world war starts then you will go early
who told you it was ok? my sis had very low blood pressure and she lived with it for years with no problems. she did tire easily and had problems giving blood, but they said no correction was needed - its just the way she was. If it was your Gp or nurse that said its ok then thats fine, but if it was someone with no medical training - best just to check. some medications can make your blood pressure very low like beta blockers (mine can be as low as yours, but i take beta blockers) and my gp says this reading is fine.
No it's not too low. You could be tired because of your activity or are you anemic? Mine usually measures 101/60 (in that range) these readings are usually for athletes or children, so it is normal.
Last time I went to the doctor, mine was 88/40. The doctor said that since I'm in my 20's I only need to be concerned about the top number, and try to keep it above 90, if possible.
I am symptomatic. I faint if I stand up or sit still for long periods of time. I'm on a high salt diet to increase blood pressure.
If you think increasing your blood pressure will make you feel better, make sure you drink enough water and eat an much salt as possible. See if that helps. Good luck.
This is a normal low variant, anything below 120 is prefectly fine UNLESS your syptomatic.
You were correct in being told (I presume by your Doctor) that this is normal, it is.