I can get super dizzy after eating. And maybe 10% of the time the nurses can't hear/find my blood pressure.
Not sure if related, but think it could be, about 10% of the time they can't find a vain to draw blood. When it's that bad, even the light machine can't find a vain.
> I have problems with this occasionally, especially after I eat or
> first get seated in the chair. It's definitely not good to have
> this low. It's hard on your heart and your kidneys, not to mention
> all of the other internal organs.
> Just FYI, if you can't get a reading sitting up, try tilting back
> as far as you can in the wheelchair or in bed and see if you get
> one. If it's low, then you might need to talk to a physician about
> whether it's beneficial to take medication to raise it. They have
> me taking medication part of the day, but when I get into bed I
> have pain issues which elevates my blood pressure. So it's a bit of
> a seesaw as well as a balancing act.
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 11:45 AM, Danny Hearn
> <ddh...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> Yes, most quads range very low in blood pressure.....mine is the
>> same as you guys and have had times they can't even get a reading
>> also. Dan H***
>> On Thursday, October 13, 2016 10:43 PM, "jume9...@comcast.net"
>> <jume9...@comcast.net> wrote:
>> My blood pressure is very like yours Bobbie all the time. They
>> sometimes can't even get a reading.
>> Sent from my LG Mobile