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Heart beats becomes high after bath and driving. suggestion?

During taking bath my heart beat becomes high and wish comeout soon from bathroom..and same condition occures during driving..what kind of symptoms r..
Asked On : Sat, 24 Mar 2012
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There are many reasons for having an increased heart rate. To effectively answer your question, I must ask you some questions.

1. What is your age and weight?
2. When did these symptoms begin?
3. Do you also become short-of-breath?
4. Do you have any chest pain during these episodes?
5. Do you become dizzy or light-headed during these episodes?
6. Do you have any pain anywhere during these episodes?
7. Do you take any medications (prescription, over-the-counter, or illegal)?

These questions are to help narrow the many diverse reasons for an increased heart rate.

Be well,
Dr. Kimberly
Answered: Sat, 24 Mar 2012
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