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Is it normal to have Pulse rate of 82-85 in the morning ?

I am 38 years old male, my morning pulse at wake up is around 82-85 and the full day it remains constant till 90. I am taking prolomet xl-25 for tachycardia . Please advice whether this is normal
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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The normal pulse rate of a person is between 70-90 so if your pulse rate is 82-85/min it is fine.I guess if you are taking prolomet for tachycardia your pulse rate without medicine would have been more.Presently it is normal and controlled.
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Pediatrician Dr. Aseem's  Response
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read your prob,nothing to worry, this PR considered in normal limit up to 120 ,there is no need of any medicine. so why r u taking it. PR may behigh due to smoking, anxity, excessive work. so not need to worry, in case of anemia PR is high. if your BP is normal up to 120 there in no need of any drug
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