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I have a fast heartbeat. It is over 120bmp, Any Advice ?

I don t smoke , drink, drugs,caffine..etc. nothing like that. It s just when i m laying down and walking around(not running). sit down and stand up... My heartbeat is going over 120bmp. lowest one was 110bmp and highest one was 126bmp. i posted question about this but if anybody knows how to take care of this without seeing a doctor. please let me know. i take a blood test too. it wasn t anemia what s normal heartbeat rate? I am not overweight at all too I m also getting dizziness , back pain , chest pain ,left side headache,trouble breathing in the morning,dizziness i m 20 years old
Asked On : Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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My wife had the same symptoms a year ago. It turned out that she had fluid around her heart. it had to be drained with a tube. Other wise she could have died. She spent 4 days in the hospital They said it started with a virus. If this is the case. Get your butt to the hospital and have it checked out. It can cause cardiac failure. You heart can stop it's working to hard with fluid there.
Answered: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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