I know that the average pulse pressure is supposed to be around 40 but mine is usually 50 or 60 but my bp is around normal. My blood pressure is usually around 120-130 and between 65-75. So if my blood pressure is 125/65 would it be bad that I have such a high pulse pressure of 60?
A pulse of 40 is actually low, anything bewtween 50-70 is good. Only very athletic people with a very low body fat mass index get down to 50, so you need to question your doctor about your pulse going down to 40.
The question is about pulse pressure, the difference between systolic and diastolic, not pulse rate. I'm looking for similar answers about what normal pulse pressure should be, and how much it typically fluctuates throughout the day.
Pulse pressure above 60 may be a medical concern if it is frequently that high. There are fluctuations of blood pressure, heart rate, heart's ejection fraction, etc. to maintain a balance of blood flow between the right and left side of the heart.
Hi my sons 2O YRS HAD LOW READINGS TODAY 28TH JAN AT 9.15 am sys 111, dia 71 Pulse 87 why is that on left hand, 9.35 am jut checked mine sys 113, dia 7O,Pulse 76, a few mts later it was sys 113, dia 62 Pulse78 could this e right. all test was done on left arm, feel ok
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