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Heart beat 128 in the morning at the age of 16. What is wrong with me?

since morning my heart has been beating unnormaly fast. aT 128... im 16 and i feel warm and dizzy whats wrong?
with me?
Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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hi welcome to healthcare magic forum
u should consult ur physician for tachycardia and dizziness
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OK dont listen to any of these fools!!!! OK... Ventricular tachycardia... is way out of what you have dont worry... If you have a fever your pulse rate increases which is normal.... You do not need an ER.... make an appoinment to see your doctor. If you are dizzy hydrate... You most likely are freaked and have the flu.
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You're probably fucking dying. In fact, you're probably dead already when you read this. If you're not, my advice is to run fast to the nearest funeral home and jump in a coffin, to save everyone the trouble of carting you there.

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