hello, i just had a stress echo done while i was on the tredmill they took my bp four times, first time 128./75 and as my heart rate rose from 100 to 179 my bp fell final bp at 179 hr was 102/61, i have had problems with weakness and low bp at other times as well, results of echo were dilated left atrium, left ventircal ef at 45-50% and prominent right atrium, also i have been having severe shortness of breath at all times even sitting... i am woindering what could cause my bp to fall with excertion the nurse said it should have went up considerably and not fallen but she had no explanation for me, also i am type 2 diabetic
I just want to point out that the forum allows 2 questions to the expert forums every six months, you have posted 6 times in 30 days, all pretty much the same question. This keeps others from being able to post and take advantage of this great service being provided by these fine doctors. Please follow the forum rules going forward. You are welcome to join us in the Heart Disease community, there are many experienced members that can answer your questions.
Having said that, I hope you get the answers you are looking for.
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