... If your HR hasn't always been elevated, you might be sure that your blood pressure isn't running too low, as this could stimulate increased heart rate as well. ... (1 replies)
... I did a check on thyroid and found to be normal, ECG normal, Cholesterol normal..what else could be the reason for this increased pulse rate? ... (1 replies)
... I'm 42 yrs male with high pulse rate very often. ... (1 replies)
... oms such as you are having, dizzy, lightheaded, off balance, weak, pressure in forehead, confused feeling sometimes. My blood pressure runs low and sometimes my pulse rate will shoot up high, sometimes to 130. I have had many tests done, been to see Ears, Nose and Throat Specialist, Neurologist, Cardiologist. ... (2 replies)
... another concern is my pulse rate. It is also high at the doctors, about 120. When I take it at the same places I check my blood pressure it is often in the 90s or slightly over 100. ... (1 replies)
I just read your post. Could I ask you a few questions? I am having problems with my breathing and was wondering if our symptoms might be similar.
You mention tightness/strange feeling in your chest...do you also get this same sensation in your lungs? (A heavy, squeezing, strange feeling, just on the verge of being painful)
With this tightness going on, does... (3 replies)
... with a pulse of 100. ... (3 replies)
... his week I have had problems breathing, a little tightness or strange feeling in chest. Blood pressure had been normal...........120's over 70's...........pulse rate has fluctuated.........I can feel it beating out of my chest or so it seems.........has been as high as 130, BP still normal. ... (3 replies)
... my pulse rate is around 93. ... (1 replies)
... No, a pulse rate of 130 isn't normal. You may want to ask your doctor about it, and about possible medication for it. Although some people run a higher pulse rate than others, anything over 125 is considered very high. ... (1 replies)
... Everytime I take a blood pressure test it comes out fine. But my pulse rate is always like 130 beats or whatever they call it sry. I was wondering is that normal? ... (1 replies)
... Yikes! i don't remember what normal d dimer range is, but did they even check your legs for clots with ultrasound or something? Just cause you don't have a PE doesn't mean you can't have a DVT right?
My HR only gets that high after drinking alcohol, and when it does i feel it pounding through my chest like crazy! you didn't even realize your heart was beating that fast... (11 replies)
... during that hour. My pulse rate is always over 90 and mostly over 100. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Michael,
A couple of things you should know.
Effexor will cause an increase in heart rate. It is one of its side effects. Another is an increase in blood pressure.
Don't be surprised if your blood pressure becomes elevated, in spite of you doing everything you can to keep it down. There have been sustained increases in blood pressure in some patients on this drug.... (19 replies)
... BUT my pulse rate while taking it shoots up. ... (3 replies)
... Finding that 4 hours after going to sleep my pulse rate climbs up to 130 bpm! After waking with a pounding heart, if I get up and walk around, it goes back to normal within minutes, 80 or less, bpm and then I can resume sleeping. ... (2 replies)
... The past three days have been INCREDIBLE on my pulse rate. ... (12 replies)
... April. I had bought a machine not long before and was regularly taking it but nothing out of the ordinary was showing. My systolic was usually between 115 and 130 although more often than not around the lower 120's and my diastolic was always between 80 and 90 averaging around mid 80's,. ... (10 replies)
... shortness of breath when I exercised. The answer always was and remains, "No." Not long ago I went in for a blood pressure check and the nurse said that my heart rate was strong and steady. ... (5 replies)
... my suggestion is to stop taking your BP at dr's office's and pharmacies because those places create anxiety for you and therefore unusually high readings. You BP always goes up as a natural response to high anxiety situations. For example your BP goes up when driving a car in traffic jams. Or when something is troubling or worrying you.
So here's my suggestion, take your... (8 replies)