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Blood pressure 120/90
Hi ...is blood pressure 120 /90 is normal? I am 40 year old female. I feel heaviness is head usually in morning time. And usually results in having headache like by afternoon. I feel dizzy while moving or changing my position. Is that could be related to this fluctuation. Are there any symptoms of bp? Can u plse tell the few.
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Your systolic blood pressure is normal , diastolic blood pressure is on the higher side.If these are constant your symptoms could be related to it. BP related symptoms vary from person to person.Some individuals show symptoms at the slightest rise in BP either systolic or diastolic. Monitor your BP morning and evening.
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Need to know a few details about the symptoms and your physical status. Kindly consult to know better. Thanks.
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Check bp morning and evening for 3 days
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This bp is normal. These symptoms may be due to other causes. Kindly consult
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Patient's detailed medical history is required. It is recommended to consult a doctor professional through the Practo app or visit a local medical facility for a thorough evaluation. Please keep in mind that detailed medical history is crucial for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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Blood pressure of 120/90mmhg is normal at your age. But the symptoms you mentioned aren't normal. Few blood tests are required before making the correct diagnosis. Your symptoms are suggestive of vitamin deficiency.
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Yes your BP is absolutely normal
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Yes ... it's normal only
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