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I would like to know why you want to slow down your heart rate? Is it because of anxiety problems?
The drugs used to control heart rate are Beta...
single luve foetus . bpd -4.29cm fl-2.90
heart rate is 149bpm
liquor is adequate
os is closed
cervical lengthis 3.0cm
please guide me and suggest precautions in future for a normal delivery
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Your report is having normal study. It says:
The placenta is at its proper position with the mentioned size.
The fetus is live with mentioned size which is normal for 21 weeks and normal heart rate.
Liquor is also adequate which is a fluid present in the cavity to keep the fetus...
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Inlean & thin people with palpiation such a complaint is commonly seen
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you have got hypothyroidism on regular treatment
because of the symptoms what you have described ,maybe an overdosage of synthyoid
you have to check the tests -TSH and FT4
kindly reply with the test reports
at rest your pulse rate is 72 and that is normal
heart rate will increase with amount of works done and the exertion for it more the exertion more will be the heart rate
if you are having breathlessness etc with increased heart rate you need a clinical check up and...
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The description is not detailed enough.
It is suggestive of a disorder of heart rate / rhythm – possibly SVT (Supra Ventricular Tachycardia).
You should see a cardiologist and have further investigations – Holter monitor, ECHOcardiography, TMT (Treadmill...