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When I lie on my right hand side, my systolic blood pressure reading is considerably lower (to the tune of 20 points) than if I lie on my left hand side. Is this normal? My doctor is unable to come up with a reason.[PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR THREAD TITLES ARE PHRASED AS QUESTIONS, IN LINE WITH OUR FORUM POLICY. THANKS. CHRIS]
How are you measuring the blood pressure, and are you lying on the arm in question when you make the measurement?