You already made a thread about this and got replies. It could mean you just have high isolated diastolic blood pressure for some benign reason, or it could be caused by something more serious. If your systolic is 120 and your diastolic is any of the numbers you are providing us with it would make your pulse pressure in the 10-20 range when it should be between 30-50 throughout the day. Like I said in the other thread go to your dr and see what he says about it, but I'd suggest a cardiologist appointment as well.
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