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The question is really ambiguous as there are a lot of factors that needs to be considered to answer the question properly, 1) Your husband...
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Hi You sound pretty normal to me, if your husband is a doctor stop playing with his toys.Good Luck
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In addition to exercise, what you eat can help a great deal.  The DASH has been shown to help reduce blood pressure and it focuses on the...
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I was at diabetes educational class yesterday.  They said 130/80 is the goal.  You are right about there.  Congrats!
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Hi NO at 25 you should be around 120 over 80, so you are low, but it could be just you, and could be that way all the time.Was this test done at your...
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I'm sorry to hear your son went through that. I'm sure it was quite distressing.The technical term for what your son experienced is...
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Not really. Excedrin has aspirin and low-dose aspirin is recommended as an adjunct for older folks who may be at risk for cardiovascular disease or...
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Your blood pressure readings would be considered as normal-high. It is a good practice to regularly check your blood pressure. I would consider the...
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Sweetie I would not waste anytime at all you need to see a doctor ASAP 
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Yes...you have a very high blood pressure. There can be hundreds of causes of headaches...unfortunately, I have no way of getting additional...
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H/BP is known as the silent killer. High blood pressure may be associated with diets rich in calories and fats, excessive body weight, emotional...
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There is no direct relationship to high blood pressure in children and autism. Even though this is not the case with your son, there is some medical...
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Your blood pressure would be classified as High - Normal. A blood pressure consistently at or above 140/90 would be considered to be High Blood...
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Hi Do hope this helps, it’s a bit more than just height and your blood pressure. Your ideal weight is derived from your ideal body mass index, or...
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There really is no researchable information available to determine the life expectancy of a 93 year old women with stage 4 renal failure. But I hope...
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