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Great pulse 150 in a minute means what type of problem is this ?

If a 17 year old girl have a great pulse 150 hits in a minute means what type of problem she have please answer me
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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Hmm if you're a girl..then why is your name coolguy and you have a boy avatar..thinking if its someone special ;) well the issue you've mentioned is really bad and you need to check that with a doctor..
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