... range. I waited about 5 minuets and did a retake my pulse was 78 than. Is this normal or did I give myself a stress test. I am concerned about my pulse being that high. ... (1 replies)
... when is pulse too fast? ... (11 replies)
... Since this topic is already here....
last summer I was scheduled to have surgery, but during the physical they said my heart rate was WAY too fast (between 130 and 150, AFTER sitting still for a while), so they cancelled the surgery and sent me to a cardiologist.
I did all kinds of blood tests (for anemia and electrolytes and thyroid), and at the cardiologist they took... (18 replies)
... How fast is too fast for a pulse. I have seen postings and info that say a resting pulse anywhere between 70 and 100 are acceptable. How far over 100 is okay. What about a leisurely stroll around the garden with a pulse up to 137. Is that okay? ... (5 replies)
... from causing too much stimulation of your heartbeat. Your adrenals give you energy and help to supply energy to your muscles. So...... ... (2 replies)
... o longer have healthcare but wonder if I'll even get covered now and I'm definitely fearful of this flopping sensation in my chest. My heart rate doesn't change too much, even when I exercise, I don't know if that's significant but I always thought it was odd. Any advice or comments would be appreciated. ... (2 replies)
... My PVC's don't have a pattern of every 3 beats, they used to but now they occur at different beats, like every 1st, 3rd, 5th, 9th. Very random. And I have had too many too fast and an abnormal EKG from them. I have had doctors worried, and others think it is nothing to be concerned of. ... (14 replies)
... Tachycardia, or fast beating, is any pulse rate over 100. To me, tachycardia is also any rate, at any speed, if the beating is sustained and ectopic. ... (14 replies)
... junk food. I've never been dx'd with tachycardia. I think the fastest my pulse has ever been is about 140. I read online that fibrillation is incoordinate twitching of the heart muscle fibers. ... (14 replies)
... up heart rate, to about 120 when i first take it in the morning. now i recently started taking my pulse every afternoon once my medication has worn off, and its on average 114. is 114 too high to be safe? ... (0 replies)
... a MINIMUM dose of some inexpensive, generic medication, that will result in a healthy beating heart, and that won't cause nasty side effects, or sap your energy too much. ... (10 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 father had a fast rate too so I'm thinking mine is partly hereditary. ... (11 replies)
... That's not too bad of a rate to have while exercising. ... (11 replies)
... I too have tachycardia. ... (11 replies)
... If you mean sitting, get your pulse while laying down relaxed, then after you've been sitting comfortably for at least 5 minutes, then again after standing. ... (11 replies)
... with pulse 100. I am on a bp medication. I have wondered if the pulse was too high. I do think that exercise would be helpful in lowering the numbers. My job requires sitting all day. ... (11 replies)
... If my heart is not beating well, like too fast, or too weak, or too hard, or too erratic, then I try to get my heart back into a healthier heart rate, or, at least, avoid further irritating, or putting stress on my heart. ... (6 replies)
... I also had 58 supraventricular ectopic beats, which apparantly are not that big of a deal. I am 35, and I feel like this fast heart rate is controlling my life. I just started taking Inderal today, it worked awesome for four hours, but now my heart is back up in the 100's. ... (8 replies)
... people with mitral valve prolapse don't have any symptoms at all. Some just have palpitations. MVP shouldn't cause a fast heartbeat. But yes doctors can hear a murmur through a stethoscope usually. ... (18 replies)