We all know that just walking into the doctor's office can cause a person with normal blood pressure to temporarily show a high reading.
However, I once heard a doctor say on TV that those who do have high blood pressure will never show a normal reading no matter how many times it's measured. This, of course, does not include those on medication.
So, if I take my blood pressure at home, or in a doctor's office, and it's high 9 times but normal just once, is it true that I don't have high blood pressure?
Thanking you in advance,
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