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    Dr. Redmond,

    I am writing to let you know I will be coming for an appointment this Saturday. I have started for almost four weeks now Yasmin, but am not sure about anything else until I see you. I am concerned about taking spiro. as I am prone to low blood pressure already. My estrogen level last time I had blood work done was 13.7, very low. I hope that you will be able to provide me with answers to my situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heatherdays View Post
    Dr. Redmond,

    I am writing to let you know I will be coming for an appointment this Saturday. I have started for almost four weeks now Yasmin, but am not sure about anything else until I see you. I am concerned about taking spiro. as I am prone to low blood pressure already. My estrogen level last time I had blood work done was 13.7, very low. I hope that you will be able to provide me with answers to my situation.
    If someone is a patient of mine they can email me directly via my website so as to maintain privacy.

    To give a general answer to this questions, spiro does not have much effect on blood pressure if someone keeps herself hydrated. However, most of the women I see who have been told they have low blood pressure actually have normal, healthy pressures. 90/60 is a typical blood pressure for a health woman. Doctors and nurses who deal mainly with unhealthy patients have a misimpression because so many of the patients they see have higher pressures than optimal for health.
    Geoffrey Redmond, MD
    The Hormone Help Center of New York http://www.hormonehelpny.com/
    Author, It's Your Hormones

    It is not appropriate to make medical diagnoses or treatment recommendations over the internet. Replies to questions intended as general information and not as medical advice for any individual. An appropriate health care provider should be consulted for specific advice.

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