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Human blood pressure is not a constant body parameter. For normal physiological reasons, your blood pressure may fluctuate by up to 30 mmHg within a short period of time.So blood pressure may change between measurements. It is actually not easy to have same conditions during sequentially performed measurements. It is not unusual that sequential measurements give different readings based on the unstable physiological conditions and influencing side factors (talking, noise, movements, etc.)
Therefore the average of several results (if measured under the same circumstances) obtained on several days under comparable living situations at similar times of day represents your individual blood pressure. Measure, for example, an hour after you had dinner on three sequential days and you will not find significant differences. The average of these results represents your blood pressure best. 

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