of tests and all seemed ok. I was put on beta blockers then a heart monitor a month later for massive palpations and rapid beat. i was put on another med after to regulate heartrate. Now i still experience ...
little change average it went down 5-10 beats…so it helped very slightly… But still my heartrate is fast ...? Will this bring me any complications or danger if I keep walking with this fast heartrate? Can I still exercise ...
My boyfriend and I are both convinced that he has heart problems. Until today it s only been a bit on an arrythmia but tonight he complained that he had a shooting pain go through his heart every heartbeat ...
t have high bp and my heartrate is at about 126 I been to the cardiologist and he did every test possible on my heart and found nothing accept once I was havind PVC S but they were caused by stress ...
got a little high but heartrate was very good.Can this be dangerous.I do have Premature Ventricular Contractions but when that acts up my heartbeats very hard and fast but that is not happening now.Any help ...
heart is beating fast than slows down and i have this pain in my arm that goes all the way down to my ... days) My resting heartrate is 76. I ve been a bit stressed for a final exam(university) that i had ...
Yes...adult heartrate is about 60-80 beats/min....whereas toddlers is about 100-130 beats/min.
Dr. Ashish Verma
Lying down my heart is 94 bpm. For 20 years old is that normal?
The normal heartbeat ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute.
Resting pulse rate should also be below 100 beats per minute.
So your heartbeats is well within the range of normal.
If you have any other associated cardiac complaints like chest pain or breathlessness then you may need an ECG and ECHO.
In that case you may consult a Cardiologist.
24 hour tape has shown sins rythm with maximum heartrate of 129 beats per minut and a minimum of 56 heartbeats per minute
Hi I read your query very carefully and would like to say that you should take a betablockers, if any talk with your doctor to raise the dose.
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