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Suffering from dry mouth, fever and high pulse rate after exercise. Is this normal?

I ve been working out on a treadmill for the last fifteen days. I got up to an hour at 4.5 km and my pulse was 150 bpm. I was fine but broke out with fever after an hour and bpm raised to 120 all day. Never happened to me before. It s after 24 hours and I m resting in bed. By bpm is between 93 and 110. I m just worried. I m a 37 year old male who had sedentary life for couple of years and want to get back in shape. I did not feel unusual just my mouth drying and high pulse rate with fever.
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi, Sirish,
Thanks for query.
It is possible that your tread meal exercise might not having any relation with your present complain.
It seems that you are having viral infection.
Take paracetamol tablet for fever as and when required.
Within 2-3 days you will be alright.
Take rest and have plenty of water.
Ok and bye.
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Prasad Akole's  Response
Dear friend, welcome to HCM!

High pulse rate is normal with exercise, not the fever.
If fever and high pulse persists for longer than an hour of rest, it may indicate over-exertion and can cause muscle injury.
Take rest and avoid excess exercise.

Take care and please keep me informed of your progress.
Good Luck!
I hope to have answered your query satisfactorily.
Thank you!
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