Mine usually runs about 80-90/60. In times of pain or stress, it will spike to 
about 160/120 or higher. I just live with it and pray I don't explode!

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From: Gail Overton <ga...@pennwell.com<mailto:ga...@pennwell.com>>
Date: October 13, 2016 at 5:39:18 PM EDT
To: Jeffrey Gaede <jsga...@yahoo.com<mailto:jsga...@yahoo.com>>, 
Subject: RE: [QUAD-L] BP

My husband's BP is typically 90 to 100 over 60 to 70, much lower than when he 
was physically able, but they said a new normal. He doesn't take any blood 
pressure meds. But 54 is really LOW; my father was hospitalized when his went 
to 80/50 and he needed a pacemaker.

What do we do for fun? Nothing yet; we are still in the physical therapy stage, 
but after two years, not much progress. We plan to move back to the desert and 
get my husband an off-road wheelchair so he can get back outside. We haven't 
really had time to have fun yet.

From: Jeffrey Gaede [mailto:jsga...@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 9:19 PM
To: quad-list@eskimo.com<mailto:quad-list@eskimo.com>
Subject: Re: [QUAD-L] BP

My BP has been a steady 90/60 for years. Sorry to break up all this talk about 
pills and blood pressure but what do you guys do for fun? What do you do to 
feel a part of the world that certainly wasn't made for the disabled? What do 
you do to get by and not feel like that's all you're doing - getting b

From: Danny Espinoza <da...@immortaldesigns.co<mailto:da...@immortaldesigns.co>>
To: Bobbie Humphreys 
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 8:51 PM
Subject: RE: [QUAD-L] BP

Not that low but mine is 90's over 60/70's sometimes
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Subject: [QUAD-L] BP
From: "Bobbie Humphreys" 
Date: Wed, October 12, 2016 7:40 pm
To: <quad-list@eskimo.com<mailto:quad-list@eskimo.com>>

I went to the Doctors today and my BP was 54 over 48
Anybody else have low BP?

"You must fail in order to succeed"

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