31 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My bp is 95 /74 is it normal or not and if not what is the effect of this on baby..?

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Answer: Hi dear, You seem to have low no.it is usually suppose to be 120/80. and 5 units here and there is fine.Low BP is a common concern during pregnancy.usually the dizzyness in pregnancy comes from.low BP,as maximum blood flow is towards the growing baby and less blood to brain.one must drink plenty of water to avoid the dizzyness through low BP.daily eat one boil d egg with pepper and little salt.eating whole grain foods and fresh vegetables and seasonal fruits could control BP.daily brisk walks would also help in overall blood pressure.please keep checking the healofy app for pregnancy care and also get to know the development of baby.donot miss out!
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