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I am 79 years old and just took my BP and heart rate ,,my heart rate was 35 BPM please advise. Normal for me is 65 bpm ...

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My husbands pulse is 59 or lower . He seems very tired all the time. HE IS SLIGHTLY overweight around the belly. And is 64 years old? I am worried. Any suggestions? ...

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hi Doctor, I'm 36 years old. I notice at times when I get stressed my heart beat goes to 110-125. normally it is 85-90. is it normal. ...

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Hi! I am a 45 year old woman.. I'm active and eat very healthy. Lately after a large meal (usually laying down) my heart rate increases somewhat over 150 bpm. I have diagnosed Panic Disorder, so I'm used ...

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I am a 63 year-old competitive rower, wondering about a safe heart rate at which to condition. Using one method, my XXXXXXX HR should be 157; the other method (Tanaka) allows me 164. So my target HR ...

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I am 66 years old and have enjoyed distance running since I was 18 years old. My resting heart rate has been tracked between 40 - 43 beats per minute until recently. Approximately two weeks ago, my ...

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the surgery? He is 70 years old and in good health besides this surprise. ... is 20-30bpm, and an x-ray shows his heart is enlarged. The Dr there wants to give him a pacemaker ASAP ...

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i am an 18 year old girl, my height is around 5 61/2 and i weigh around 115lbs, and i consider myself to be fairly healthy. however after finding out my resting bpm is 84 and reading ...

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I have a rest heart rate of 120 bpm im a 16 year old male is it save ? and what effects are there ? i checked 3 times ...

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hey i was wondering if 98 bpm is a high heart rate for a relaxed period for instance lying in bed before sleep ? I an 16 year old male fairly fit and i think i may have overactive thyridism which ...

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Hi I have been very healthy all my life. Was a marathon runner for 20 years. I just walk every day now . At age 66 now I have just noticed while checking my pulse over the last month my heart beat ...

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Doctor I am 28 year male suffering from heart discomfort, so I went to heart specialist doctor ... shows my Homocysteine was 19.1 normal range male 5.46 to 16.20 method: Chemilumininescence. Also went ...

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year old woman. My heart rate is normally above 80 but 96 looks high.. ...Hi, is 96 bpm smth to be concerned of? It s not resting heart rate as it is 3 am and I was going ...

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Hi, My mom is 79 years old. She had an aortic valve replacement back in January, a full hip replacement in July, takes over 17 various meds including seroquel and quetiapine. She wants to be independant ...

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I am a 22 year old woman, I am overweight but have just lost around 2.5st over the last 5 months ... just started a nursing degree, and just checked my resting pulse as practice for class and it was 55bpm ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi, welcome to HCM. Normal range of HEART RATE IS 60 to 90 bpm. Regards

doctor1 MD

Yes, your heart rate is higher than normal. Do you have hyperthyroidism? Please check with your doctor.

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Hello, The normal heart beat ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute. Resting pulse rate should also be below 100 beats per minute. So your heart beats is well within the range of normal. If you have any other associated cardiac complaints like chest pain or breathlessness then you may need an ECG and ECHO. In that case you may consult a Cardiologist.