Delay Tooth Extraction Due To Low Blood Pressure?
Why is my withdrawal delayed due to low blood pressure? The only thing that is not allowed is the high blood pressure.
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First of all, you should explain first, what is your exact blood pressure and are you experiencing certain symptoms such as dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea, coldness, weakness and fatigue?
Basically hypotension is defined as a blood pressure below 90/60 mmHg. However, hypotension will not be called too low if it does not cause certain symptoms. Generally, if it is not below that number and there are no obvious symptoms of hypotension, you will not be prohibited from performing tooth extraction procedures. If indeed your pressure is below that number or you experience obvious symptoms of hypotension, the tooth extraction procedure should be postponed first. If the bleeding that occurs when the extraction of teeth is quite a lot, you can experience further hypotension and it can damage yourself.
Regarding the exact reason why your dentist postponed the extraction of your teeth, of course, only your dentist can find out (depending on how your blood pressure was at that time and how your own general condition at that time). You can ask your dentist directly. If you do have a tendency to always have low blood pressure, you can try to get enough sleep and rest every day, drink enough every day (2-3 liters a day), and do regular exercise for at least 30 minutes a day.
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