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... As long as your rates are within 60-100 at resting there's nothing to worry about unless your getting a lot of pains which will be caused mostly by the anxiety. If your heart rate is at around 80-90 it may feel a bit fast but it's perfectly normal depending on if your active in sports, outdoors ect.. Usally the less active people are not walking around with resting rates of... (5 replies)
... Part of the treadmill exercise is to time (post exercise) the recovery from peak time. Time is an important factor to judge physical fitness and that helps separate fitness condition from medical problem. You can search this forum for "EKG" and locate the post where I month or so ago went into detail regarding EKG testing, its parameters, and signifcance for each wave... (2 replies)
... I have what he termed "severe acute EKG disorder". The heart pictures before the treadmill looked okay. The echo stress test was great, but he termed the phrase as having a severe EKG problem. The heart pictures after the treadmill showed all of the readings going below marginal readings. ... (2 replies)

... i would define it as tipping one way or another without trying to or not being able to walk in a real straight line. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Guys I stumbled on to this thread and it sounded all too familar. June of 2004 I had severe chest pain at work, and past out within seconds of it coming on. Within three days I completely lost my vision in my right eye. (It never came back and doctors dont suspect it ever will). My EKGs read irregular (one cardiologist read it as if I had a heart attack-which because I... (13 replies)
... could mean medicines, eyes or ear problems. i think all the meds i take have dizziness as a side effect. mine finally passed and i am not walking two steps forward and one to the side anymore. took 6 months. heavens only knows if it was meds. ... (13 replies)
... such as with standing suddenly, etc. ... (13 replies)
... ECG was normal, and listening to my heart, the doctor said he heard nothing abnormal and sent me home as having an "anxiety" attack. ... (2 replies)
... Please read my post under HIGH CHOLESTEROL Board on my opinion of low carb vs. low fat for Heart Health.....Comments most welcome as I'm as confused as everyone. ... (0 replies)
... blocker, I also developed a first time rash, which is listed as a not so common side effect. ... (7 replies)
... zuzu and zip, thank you for the encouragement and information, as well as the laughs. Both were helpful. Zuzu, you might want to check that bouncy thing out...too much broccoli would be my "expert" diagnosis. ... (7 replies)
... GE side effect with beta blockers and I wish I could post the links for you where it is mentioned often. The pharmaceutical monographs I've read list it but not as one of the more common adverse reactions. They lie! ... (7 replies)
... end of this month. I have never had any major health problems, never even really been very sick before. I eat healthy, excercise regularly, don't smoke, drink as much as any other college student, and don't do drugs. ... (4 replies)
Scared as Hell!
Aug 21, 2003
... to Spain, but now I struggle to walk a couple of miles without pain. I have a new baby on the way and don't want to leave it fatherless, does anybody have a clue as to what is wrong with me to ease my mind? ... (4 replies)
... While your ASD may not have given you any trouble when you were young, as you age symptoms such as you give may appear. ... (1 replies)
... I posted this below but I am curious as to what if any ifo or advice anyone has to offer. ... (1 replies)
... A couple of weeks ago I had two heart stents put in via the groin and I was curious on how long it takes for the bruising to go away. The actual site still has a hard bump and the bruising continues down my thigh nearly to the knee. My family doctor said the bruise is from blood leaking from the initial incision site as it was not kept clamped long enough following the... (0 replies)
... Is it ok to take propranolol as needed? ... (4 replies)
... I wish there was a pill to just take when it happens? I have had a fast heart rate pretty much all my life not super fast though but bouts of higher. Type A person, this is frustrating . Thanks for your input. (4 replies)
... Because your heart may be already stimulated because of your pain, the extra stimulus to your heart caused by any physical activity, such as ballroom dancing, might be a reason for additional bouts of tachycardia, caused by the increased adrenal hormones. ... (4 replies)

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