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Pregnant, cough up blood occasionally, phlegm during cold, test showed irregular heart rate, sinus tachycardia in ECG. Advice?

pregnant 21 weeks... coughing up blood occassionaly, phlegm continuously everytime i get a cold (which lasts for weeks after the cold) chest infection has been ruled out following results of sputum sample... a resting heart rate of 120 bpm, which is irregular, sinus tachy cardiar shown on ecg test... awfull palputations and breathlessness...???
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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Be sure that the blood is in sputum not from oesophagus.

Consult an ENT surgeon.

Sometimes the blood in sputum is normal due to increased vascularity but one should not neglect any pathology.

Sinus tachycardia can be common occasionally but persisting should be taken care of by a cardilogist

Avoid anxiety

Get your thyroid function tests done

Best wishes
Answered: Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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