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Comment from: CONNIE, 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: March 05

I have low blood pressure every now and then that can be in the 80s over 60s and I feel lightheaded, dizzy and tired. I don't know what the cause of it is, and it only happens occasionally.

Comment from: christy, 35-44 Female Published: June 10

For the past several weeks I've had an average reading of 98/59 blood pressure along with being very tired ALL the time foul smelling urine blurred vision feeling weak thirsty all the time and urinating more than usual like what I drink is going right through me.

Published: November 14

Dizziness and feeling dizzy. Usually my blood pressure is perfect, however after eating my dinner tonight I took my blood pressure and it was low. I do not know the cause, but I did feel dizzy, also felt like throwing up.


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