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Heart beat fast during morning - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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Practicing since : 2004
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi doc
Doctor :   Good afternoon.
Doctor :   Dr. XXXXXXXX here.
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   jus a moment
User :   I have put on lot of weight
User :   I am not able to reduce
User :   morning My heart was beating vfery very fast
User :   "I got scared iof I have got high BP
User :   Doc u there...
Doctor :   May I know your age and gender?
User :   25
User :   male
Doctor :   May I know your current height and weight?
User :   175 cm
Doctor :   Did you feel giddy?
User :   94
User :   no
User :   watis it????
User :   guilty or gidddy?
User :   i dint get u??
Doctor :   I mean giddiness
User :   doc u there
User :   oh ok
User :   wat food I shoul eat
User :   wat diet I shoould follow
Doctor :   Did you have any other associated symptom such as nausea, vomiting, breathing difficulty, chest pain associated with the increased heart rate?
User :   I hope everything is finne
Doctor :   Do you smoke or consume alcohol?
User :   NOPE!!!!
User :   u scaring me doctor
User :   smoke
Doctor :   These details are not meant to scare you, I need these informations to understand your problem.
User :   oly
User :   no drinking and all
User :   last time I drank three years before
Doctor :   Do you have any other medical illness such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol?
User :   No NO NO
Doctor :   or thyroid problems?
User :   NO]
Doctor :   Have you had similar symptoms in the past?
User :   no
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Let me explain to you.
User :   ok
Doctor :   In the absence of any associated symptoms such as those that I mentioned earlier
Doctor :   it is unlikely that you have a serious issue.
Doctor :   You probably may have experienced an isolated event of tachycardia.
Doctor :   Tachycardia is a term used to refer heart rate of above 100 beats per minute.
Doctor :   It can occur due to multiple reasons and very commonly seen in anxiety and other stressful conditions.
Doctor :   As long as you do not have multiple recurrent episodes of such attacks, it can be considered normal.
Doctor :   Are you following?
User :   YES
Doctor :   If you develop such attacks very frequently,
Doctor :   then you will need to see a doctor.
User :   OK DOC
Doctor :   A cardiac examination, ECG recordings and other cardiac examination is warranted in those circumstances.
Doctor :   Hence you need not worry about your last episode.
Doctor :   As far as your other concern - body weight is considere
Doctor :   it is a concerning problem.
Doctor :   According to the details you provided (your weight and height)
Doctor :   your BMI stands at 30.7, way above normal which is between 19 to 25.
Doctor :   You need to involve in weight reducing measures if you haven't started yet. And if you are on weight reduction measures, they may need modifications.
Doctor :   * will need modifications.
Doctor :   Are you following?
Doctor :   Are you there?
Doctor :   Are you there?
Doctor :   Are you there?
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