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    An_224726 posted:
    I have had my blood pressure checked 3 times last week and my heart beat is in the in the lower 40's Should i be concerned about it? Also my Blood Pressure I was high one time then really low the next why is that? Should that be something i should be concerned about also?
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Anon,

    Without knowing your health history and the pressures, this is impossible to answer. Please check with your doctor to see if you should be concerned about the numbers and pressures.

    In the meantime, this information on heart rate and blood pressure may be helpful.

    You may want to re-post your question with more information with our Men's Health Community for more response.

    Hope this is helpful,
    Elizabeth


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