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... I recently had a simple outpatient procdure done where in the recovery room my rate went down into the mid 40s. The nurse asked if this was normal for me. Wasn't sure how to answer that. ... (3 replies)
... times a week for about 30 mins each time.... I went to the doctor today and she said my heart rate was 40bpm? ... (2 replies)
... I am not a health professional, but, when sleeping ALL systems slow down, including breathing, heart rate, metabolism, etc. ... (11 replies)

... Reply: Yes he has additional symptoms that are concerns but to date have been passed off as likely developed Asthma, though symptoms do not respond to asthma meds and his lung volume testing is not consistent with asthma patients. His symptoms include an increasing shortness of breath, he becomes winded easily. He complains that he has not been able to get that "deep"... (11 replies)
... My teen boys heart rate is low, it didn't used to be low but it has been dropping over the last number of months. ... (11 replies)
... I wouldn't worry if I were you. How are you feeling in general? some athletes have resting heartrate or 40 something. if you are so worried, see a doctor or even call for advice nurse. best of luck. (5 replies)
... still heart rate has always measured about 60 BPM, but last night when I was falling asleep I measured it at about 45 BPM.. Then today when I woke up, it was about 48.. ... (5 replies)
... mails. My rate was 48 bpm after stretching, while standing outside before my run. ... (10 replies)
... My resting HR can get as low as 48 bpm, not on a beta blocker. While on my beta blockers mine would range from 37 to 43 bpm. For the most part, I felt fine, even at 37 bpm. ... (5 replies)
... My uncle, who at a young age, had a fever that attacked his heart, he was on the heart transplant list, they called him with a heart, he declined. He passed away, from his heart condition. ... (4 replies)
... Hello, thank you for reading. So I have heart palpitations, everyday and have had them since I was about 8. I'm now 21 and I'm scared. ... (1 replies)
... I see. I have SVT too since a year and a half. taking meds. i know the more you think about our heart, it can bring on anxiety. Whynot get it checked. I am sure you are fine. BB (5 replies)
... an athelete... my heart's defiantly no in shape like it should be.. but I've been trying to exersize recently. I've had SVT before, so I've always been scared of heart problems.. it makes it so that I can't sleep at night. ... (5 replies)
... Starting about a week ago I started having sudden fast heart beats, and had a strong "feeling" of the heart pumping. I later learn these are called "heart palpitations. ... (2 replies)
... A rate of 50 is on the low side of norm, but thats usually not going to be a bad thing. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you. The reason I do what I do here is because I once was a young guy, who was having symptoms of heart conditions. ... (13 replies)
... SVT during exercising. I went bike riding and gave it my all to get some stress testing on the monitor. During my equivalent of "full sprint" on the bike, my heart rate got up to 185 bpm and my cardiologist said it was SVT. The weird thing is that I had no symptoms. I felt as if I could keep riding no problem. ... (12 replies)
... ing on the treadmill. Currently when running I experience no dizziness,shortness of breath,chest pains or faint feelings and I notice my pulse lingers around 120 bpm after a couple of 10 minute miles for a couple of hours. ... (2 replies)
... sustained runs of ventricular tachycardia, the longest being 6 beats in duration at a heart rate of 142 BPM.". ... (14 replies)
... Thank you for reading.I was diagnosed with PVCS and PACS by my doctor after I wore a 48 hour heart monitor. She also said my heart would randomly jump to 160 bpm on occasion. ... (2 replies)




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