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... But..... what is causing the high blood pressure? ... (1 replies)
... up to the closed post "racing heart after standing, climbing stairs". ... (1 replies)
... nd 170 if I jog for one minute. It also increases to at least 130 if I'm walking or more if I'm walking while carrying heavy objects, such as groceries. If I'm climbing stairs while carrying heavy objects, I have severe chest pain accompanied by tachycardia. ... (2 replies)

... Can you get a blood pressure cuff and take your pulse? ... (21 replies)
... I am a 32 year old woman, skiny. I think I was on my best fitness, at age 30, just before getting pregnant. My exercises before pregnancy included also climbing 3 times a day 7 floors in stairs during my work day. ... (21 replies)
... I am a 32 year old woman, skiny. I think I was on my best fitness, at age 30, just before getting pregnant. My exercises before pregnancy included also climbing 3 times a day 7 floors in stairs during my work day. ... (1 replies)
... that happens with hormones causing changes in how the body reacts. For example a condition called POTS, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, is where your blood pressure drops when standing and in response your heart rate increases. You can experience anything from passing out, dizziness, palpitation, etc. ... (3 replies)
... Your blood pressure is very good and there is a correlation with heart rate and bp. Generally a higher HR increases BP and lower HR decrease BP. ... (3 replies)
... One thing I notice has not been mentioned is blood pressure. ... (11 replies)
... of metabolic disorder, but that is really besides the point. I have always had occasional palpitations, so I decided to try and figure out what was causing them after I got pretty scared by some more frequent ones last month. At the end of the day all my tests came back pretty good. ... (2 replies)
... pain. My cardio looked at me took ekg and blood pressure....he says, it is not my heart....he seems confident even as of today when i called him to complain again. ... (0 replies)
... enign brith defect in the heart that someone can have. I read many people live long lifes with no symptom and not even knowing they have it. But I also read that after 30 years old, people may start to feel something. ... (8 replies)
... attack, the heart will be jumping and skipping and racing. Thus, during asthma difficulties, both the asthma and the heart misfiring, will add to the difficulty climbing stairs or lacing up shoes. ... (8 replies)
... seen a cardiologist and all the tests showed were yes you experienced some palpataions. I woke up the other morn with a pulse of 103 and then that evening 57. My blood pressure isn't too bad although it has been flucting, just not as bad as the heart rate. ... (6 replies)


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