I checked my heart beat and it said 30 pulse per mins. Am I going to die? I played computer for 1 ...(very strong one). the bounding pulse last for more than 10 minutes. and i am scared. so i take out my mum ...
Okay, when I went in to my doctor today, he told me my pulse was 104 BPM. I have been sick (cough, fever, chest pain etc.) for a few days, but this worries me. Should I be concerned?? What could this be ...
Hi, I am a 47 year old female. My pulse rate is always about 120 to 135 beats per minute. I have ... mother and sister have high blood pressure, cholesterol, and this rapid heart beat also and take ...
Hi, i have a pulse rate of 73, but i feel my heart beating in every vein in my body very hard. Is this normal? my whole body is shaking from how hard my heart is working. should I be wrried? im 39 years old ...
this exercise and some missing of heartbeats, my pulse is usually elevated after training to about 100 beats per minute but after resting is in the region of late 40 or low 50. Do I have reason for concern ? ...
Lying down my heart is 94 bpm. For 20 years old is that normal?
The normal heart beat ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute.
Resting pulse rate should also be below 100 beats per minute.
So your heart beats 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.
While laying in bed I felt my heart pounding and so I took my pulse it was 103 normally it is 85 or 90 is this ok?
The normal resting heart rate can vary between 60 and 100 beats per minute. An increased heart rate can be due to a variety of causes like anxiety, panic, heart problems, etc. If this is happening to your frequently, then it is better to see a doctor for a detailed evaluation.
If your pulse has an irregular beat does that mean you are in afib at that moment?
Thank you for posting your query.
An irregular beat is most often due to ventricular premature beats (VPBs), which are most often asymptomatic and harmless.
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM