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High Systolic; low diastolic
I am a bit mystified, though not worried, by my BP readings two days ago, at my local clinic:  126/62.  Any idea of what a slightly high systolic with an unusually low diastolic would indicate?  Thanks.

I will add that I would be interested in any suggestions for visual floaters and receding gums.  Again, thanks.

Dr. T.C.H.


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Your BP is perfect!  Receding gums are generally caused by gingivitis.
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Nope, no inflammation, so not gingivitis.  But, thanks.
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You blood pressure is good.

For your gums try to increase you vitamin D intake, go in the sun more, drink no soda, and eat less sugar.
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