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I have low blood pressure most of the time. A chemist suggested me to take haemoglobin test. My haemoglobin came 9.6. I want to know is this the reason for my low bp and what should I do to increase my haemoglobin as well as bp.

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Hi. If you become unconscious or feel dizzy, then it is low bp problem. Otherwise, just bp in lower range with no above said problems, then that bp is considered normal. Infact the lower the bp, the better it is. You need to eat fruits, green vegetable and all healthy things to get your hemoglobin up. Take care.
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