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Suffered heart failure previously. What should be the heart rate while rest and exercising?

Hello I m 25 year old very healthy and fit women , 2years ago suffered from accute heart failure caused by a virus, and although I ve come along way in recovery and 2 years later feeling pretty normal I m still on ramiprill and bisprohol both lower does but woundering what my resting heart rate should be as well as when I exsersize.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Hi ,
Welcome to HCM ,
unfortunately you had heart problem at very young age but you have recovred well ,
in heart failure patient heart rate control is very important ,
at rest heart rate should be lower side up to 50 to 55 beats per min.
and on mild to moderate exercise up to 110 to 115 beats per min ,
continue your both above medicine
be regular in your follow up with cardiologist ,
take care
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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