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my blood pressure is 93/59 what should i do to raise it

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my blood pressure is 93/59 what should i do to raise it?
Welcome to and thanks for your question .
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Are you taking any medications ?
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.

Diabetic for over 20 years,osteoporasis, paraplesis (spinal cord injury, from straph infection 5 years very severe spasity can walk short distances with walker & AFO leg brace)

Bacoflen 15 4x daily

benicar 20 1x daily

metforim 500 2x daily


weakness slight blurring of eyes


Glucose before breakfast 147


occasional low blood pressure-- last five days 121/79 ;104/76; 133/73; 114/73; 134/84

Well normal blood pressure in adults is 120/80 mmHg.
Hypotension is blood pressure that's lower than 90/60 mmHg.
As you have 93/59 mm Hg with associated blurred vision so it seems to be low in your case.

Low blood pressure ,drowsiness , weakness ,dizziness are listed side effects of Baclofen.
Even Metformin has a significant effect on lowering blood pressure.
As per your previous blood pressure readings (last five days 121/79 ;104/76; 133/73; 114/73; 134/84) those readings were normal .
I suggest you to discuss your medications and as you are taking Benicar(olmesartan medoxomil) is a prescription medicine treat high blood pressure so your doctor may adjust it's dosage as per your BP readings .
In the meantime you should drink plenty of water , juices with added salt.
Eat small, low-carbohydrate meals .
Drinking caffeinated coffee or tea with meals may temporarily raise blood pressure.

I suggest you to consult your regular doctor for further evaluation and management .
I hope this helps.
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Thank you for your appreciated! Have a blessed day!