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i was wondering
I have a normal resting heart rate but I was wondering if it is possible to have a normal heart rate and blood pressure and still have heart disease
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Hi, heart rate are the electrical impulses. Blood pressure increases due to peripheral arterial spasm and the heart has to pump against this increased resistance, so the pressure increases. Medications are given to relieve this spasm and lower pressure. So, even if both are normal there could be evidence of heart disease. Regards.
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