I am a 64-year-old man with high blood pressure. My doctor always checks my pressure in my right arm, but I've started checking both arms with my own blood pressure machine. My right arm is always 6-10 points higher than my left. Is this normal?
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Harvard men's health watch
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Apr 01, 1999
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