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Re: Gillman rocks! MAOIs Misconceptions and Questions

Posted by baseball55 on March 27, 2013, at 19:28:42

In reply to Re: Gillman rocks! MAOIs Misconceptions and Questions vanvog, posted by Phillipa on March 27, 2013, at 15:33:00

Exercise does increase systolic blood pressure while and immediately after exercising, though it may lower average blood pressure when not exercising. I asked my doctor about this a long time ago when I was taking thyroid (can't recall the name of what I was taking). They told me to take my blood pressure regularly, so I would take it at the pharmacy on my way home from the gym and the systolic would always be alarmingly high. But when I went to see my doctor, my BP would be normal.


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