Hi DeltaForce, I have looked at your BP numbers & honestly that is not high. The top number is great, the 92 could have been just a fluke thing to kick it up. The best way to get an accurate BP reading is make 3 visits to your PCP & compare the readings. You should be able to arrange this with the drs permission to run by & have these reading done by his nurse. If he see's anything to be concerned with you will be told about
it. Normal range on bpm is 60-100, so you are good there too. Your dr I am sure will be more than happy to work with you on this. You should be concerned about
your triglycerides being so high. Typically we are told its lose weight, cut back on calories, avoid surgery & refined foods, eat healthier fats, limit alcohol because it is high in calories & sugar. A lot of people take the Omega3 fish oil too. Or your dr may put you on a statin. I would make my appt & let him know what the gi said & let him take it from there.
I have been going down this road since I was 28 & am now 64. I would kill to have your BP reading, lol. I take 3 different BP meds a day. I also come from the bad gene pool with heart issues in the family. Please let us know what your dr says.
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