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Question: I am 33 weeks pregnant. Today my bp was 90/70.is that a big problem? I am worried
Answer: Hello dear
Don't worry as ur bp is low but not that much
It is fine.
If u have low Bp in pregnancy then u have to follow following:
1. avoid getting up quickly from seated or lying positions
2. try not to stand for long periods of time
3. eat small meals throughout the day
4. don’t take very hot baths or showers
5. drink more water
6. wear loose clothing
Question: Hi, my BP is low 90/70, what shd I do for normal BP??
Answer: There is usually no medical treatment for low blood pressure during pregnancy, but you may try several remedies...
Taking time to wake up slowly in the morning instead of jumping out of bed, and getting up from the chair or sofa slowly during the day can help prevent dizziness or fainting....If you feel faint, you should sit or lie down gently to avoid falling and take steady breaths. Lying on the left side may also help increase blood flow to the heart, if low blood pressure is causing nausea, warm herbal tea may help settle the stomach. Staying hydrated with water can help.
Eating many small meals throughout the day... Eating a varied and nutrient-rich diet....Increase daily salt intake. If you feel fainting or dizziness along with a severe headache, vision changes, or shortness of breath, you should seek emergency care. Chest pains and feelings of numbness or weakness one side of the body also require emergency care...
Question: today my bp is 90/70
is it very low
what to do
Answer: Generally, you won’t require treatment for low blood pressure during pregnancy.
Doctors typically don’t recommend medications for pregnant women unless symptoms are serious or complications are likely.
Your blood pressure will probably start to rise on its own during your third trimester.
If you do experience symptoms of low blood pressure, such as dizziness, you might want to try the following:
• avoid getting up quickly from seated or lying positions
• try not to stand for long periods of time
• eat small meals throughout the day
• don’t take very hot baths or showers
• drink more water
• wear loose clothing
It’s also a good idea to eat a healthy diet and take your prenatal supplements during your pregnancy to prevent symptoms of low blood pressure