I forgot to mention today was a terrible day. Suffered from a bout of A.D.
which had my BP at 172/99 only to see that dropped to 60/38 about an hour
later when I got up into the wheelchair. It did bounce back, only to drop
once again after I ate.

Suffering from A.D. and orthostatic hypotension is a monster. :-)

On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 10:47 PM, Quadius <quad...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Yes Bobbie I have been lower, but I take my blood pressure pretty
> regularly and it gets quite often. I, however, take midodrine as well as
> drink Mountain Dew in order to try to keep it from dipping too low anymore.
> I try to keep mine at around 80/50 or above, but sometimes when I sit up
> after eating or when I first get up, it will dip into the 50s over the 30s.
> If you were that low and didn't feel the effects, that could mean that
> your running pretty low most of the time.
> I was admitted to the hospital a couple of different times and it wasn't
> until I saw that I hadn't urinated more than 5 mL in four hours that I
> realize how dangerous the low blood pressure can be. They explained to me
> that your organs shut down when the blood pressure gets too low and it can
> cause lasting effects if this happens too often or too much. I ended up
> spending two weeks in the hospital a couple of years ago to see if they
> could determine why my blood pressure fluctuates between extremely high and
> exceedingly low. The specialist decided they would rather it be slightly
> high than too low. Therefore I take quite a bit of midodrine often on.
> Quadius
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 10:40 PM, Bobbie Humphreys <
> bobbiehumphre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I went to the Doctors today and my BP was 54 over 48
>> Anybody else have low BP?
>> Bobbie
>> "You must fail in order to succeed"

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