A difference in blood pressure readings between the arms greater than 10 mm Hg is a sign of heart disease, such as a blockage. However, it's hard to say without an evaluation to determine the cause and what your options will be. I recommend consulting your physician.
All the best,
Lisa Nelson RD
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