That seems kinda low to me. Is your blood pressure always low?
That's low even for a normal person. Being pregnant will raise your bp a tad but even if it didn't, 91/64 just isn't right. I was a medic in the army and even our most fit soldiers with low bp were never that low. I've never seen anyone that low without sending them for a check up.
Mines usually 100/66 yours isn't too far off of that ... have you been dizzy?
Mine is that low, I average low 90s over mid 50s. I've seen a cardiologist for heart palpitations which I was diagnosed with PVC (nothing to worry about it's common and harmless), and he said my bp was fine even for pregnancy.
How far along are you? I know in early pregnancy you blood pressure can be lower and as it goes on you blood pressure will get higher. With that said that is low and most people do not run that low. Do you know what your normal is? You should get that checked out because that can cause people to get lightheaded and dizzy. Hope this helps.
LOw blood pressure is fine as long as you're not feeling weird. I have really low pressure, always have. It's the high blood pressure that's the concern. If you start to feel light headed or anything let you're doctor know.
Yep completely fine - obs charts for pregnant women are different and your blood pressure should drop when pregnant as your blood vessels dilate to allow blood to flow through quicker as your body makes more blood. Mine has been around the 90 on 60 mark for a while now, it was lowish prepregnancy (110/75)
If we have a non pregnant patient whose bp drops below 100 then we let their doctor know. But in pregnancy we let doctors know if it drops below 80. Your heart rate has probably gone up to accommodate for the low bp.
If your bp drops suddenly then its an issue and worth investigating
Mine has been consistently around 90/60 myentire pregnancy, and my doctor never voiced any concerns. I think that's fine. Good luck, momma.
Im usually in the mid 90's I've always had really low bp even when pg and I'm 25 weeks with #4. Good luck hon
In the beginning it will usually drop because as your blood volume increase your blood vessels are dilating to accommodate, however the latter happens quicker. This is also why a lot of pregnant women get dizzy when standing. Its normal, but if you feel weird let your Dr know
Mines been low the whole time, it's not a bad thing. I'm now 36 weeks and just getting to a normal blood pressure. No need to worry at all.
Thank ladies for all your comments im 30w&4d but im usually 106/94 so i got a lil worried and yes i get very dizzy an lightheaded to the point where i have to sit down asap but i was at the doc he didnt say anything was wrong so i left it at that...but i still questioned it...
My regular is 90s/60s and has stayed just the same through 4.5 mo of pregnancy