Heart rate monitor

What is Heart rate monitor?

A heart rate monitor is a personal monitoring device which allows one to measure his or her heart rate in real time or record the heart rate for later study.

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Im a 18 year old female and the last couple months my heart has been beating fast it does it when im sitting,standing, walking almost anytime I have trouble breathing and get dizzy I fainted one day and was taken to hospital they did a ecg but it was normal. My sister has wolf parkinson white sydrome and they said I could have it so they gave me a heart monitor im still waiting for the results. I just need some answers cause its taking over my life
palpitation may be due many causes including anxiety, thyrotoxicosis and heart disorders, in your case it appears to be related to rythm disturbances in heart, so you need holter rythm monitoring to confirm diagnosis, if it is WPW syndrome radio ablation of accesory tract is best treatment....
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Hi doctor I am 40, female, 1.68m, weighing a lot more than i used to 80kg. I have noticed my heartbeat is a bit faster than normal all day, when i go to sleep i can feel it. I have Polar heart monitor and my normal rate is 57 when i am in bed but now is around 66 and 72!!! I have been to the doctor here and i was given a heartbeat monitor overnight but unfortunatelly the problem had stopped at the time so it was around 57. Now it is all the time faster!!! I wonder what is wrong with me. Thanks for your help.
Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

You will have to repeat the ambulatory monitoring (Holter) again.
The study could also be extended to 48 hours.
Further management is dictated by the results of the test.

You may need ECHOcardiogram / Treadmill exercise ECG (TMT) / Laboratory work-up

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Buzzing in left upper chest. Started intermitently, growing in frequency over 2 months. Occurs now ever few minutes for 5-10 seconds. Now expanding to groin area with same frequecy but for 30-60 seconds in duration. No pain just very defined buzzing/tingling/bubbling sensation in these specific area. Blood pressure normal. No medications or injuries or surgeries. 55 years old. Am within normal weight for my 6 foot frame. Wore heart monitor for 24 hours with no observable abnormalities. Any comments may aid in the on going investigation. Thanks.
Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

The limited information provided is not sufficient enough to arrive at an appropriate conclusion
Are you the only one hearing? – can your friend, family or doctor too could hear?
And two unrelated areas / normal Holter - possibly borborygmi? (sounds from...
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My Garmin heart rate monitor shows my pulse rising quickly from around 150 after running approximately 2 kms. On a 9 kms run my pulse appears to be going up to 238, however on a relatively hard cycle ride of 26 kms my pulse only raises to around 150. I run small distances regularly, about 7 kms three times a week, and I feel reasonably fit, although overweight - 5 11 & 87 kgs. Is the 238 bpm heart rate anything to worry about or is it a malfunctioning heart rate monitor?
Hello its good that u r on regular exerise, u have weight but will come down as u r on exerise. Just dont worry about your pulse rate. Just go for 2d echo and lipid profile done. And continue your exerise. Rever me with investigation. Bye
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